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Pull the plug and have a qualified electrician look at it as it is in a dangerous condition

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I had an elect ground fabricated &installed on RV Trans to correct a shifting problem. Now my 5500 Marquis won't start. No fire. Could the grounding kit be the culprit?


If the new ground wire is truly tied to a ground circuit it will not effect anything, unless the ground circuit tied into is a pulsing ground circuit. Example: the pulsed ground wire coming from a set of ignition points going to the coil or some other control unit that opens and closes a ground circuit when triggered.

Oct 13, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Where are the body grounds on a 2005 chevy trailblazer


Two wheel drive or four ?
G - ground G101 front of vehicle G400'S rear of vehicle
G101
Left side of the underhood compartment near the front of the underhood fuse block
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G102
Left side of the underhood compartment near the rear of the underhood fuse block
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G103
On the right side of the engine compartment, just above the right wheel well
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G104
On the underside of the hood, near the underhood compartment lamp
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G105
In the underhood compartment, on the cowl near the instrument harness pass-through grommet
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G106
On the engine side of the left front wheel well
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G107 (4.2L)
On the lower left side of the engine block
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G107 (5.3L)
Lower left center of the engine block
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G108 (4.2L)
On the lower left side of the engine block
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G108 (5.3L)
On the forward left side of the engine block, below G110
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G109 (4.2L)
On the lower left side of the engine block
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G109 (5.3L)
Lower left side of the engine block, toward the rear
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G110 (4.2L)
On the lower left side of the engine block
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G110 (5.3L)
On the forward left side of the engine block near the engine coolant temperature sensor
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G201
Ground splice pack near the right front of the lower console
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G302
On the lower left B-pillar
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G303
On the lower right B-pillar
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G304
On the outside of the left frame rail, near the electronic brake control module
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G305
On the outside of the left frame rail, near the fuel tank
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G306
On the body panel to the rear of the left rear door
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G401
On the lower left D-pillar
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Fuel pump relay overheating..tried new fuel pump, relay,repair engine ground..believe it is a loose ground from relay to somewhere, can't find location of ground


The relay grounds are the fuel pump and the ECM. If it over heats, it's because the pump is pulling to many amps. Replace the hot wire to the pump and the ground wire from the pump. One or both will solve your problem.

Aug 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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3 lights to a 3-gang (3 swi tches). Replacing switches. Current switches>2 have 2 blk wires & no ground wire. 3rd switch has a ground wire. New switches all have a ground wire. Should I wire all 3...


All 3 switches should be grounded, plus one box should have a ground wire to the box ground screw, all ground wires into the 3 gang should be connected together, run a 4th to the metal box and one to each switch ground.

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May 22, 2014 | Home

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Do i need to add ground wires for a Lampholder kit?


The ground should be a green insulated wire from one of the screws on the fixture then attached to the bare ground wire with a wire nut.

Jan 31, 2014 | Electrical Supplies

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How do you fix a ground loop


ground all electronics to the same connecting point, don't rely on grounds through equipment, or through the chassis , instead bring the ground from each to a single connecting point as close the the negative potential of the battery as possible. Make sure your ground wires are a heavy enough gauge so as not to create a large voltage drop between the actual ground and the equipment. The more current drawn by the equipment, the heavier the ground wire should be. Voltage drops occur on both the ground and the supply wires. When a ground wire is too small this voltage will vary with the current drawn, and you'll end up with a floating ground at the equipment.

Jan 13, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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House wiring


Generally if there is no ground wire, then grounding is not possible without running new wire to box.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-switches.html#outlets

Sometimes, the ground wire is cut back so wire appears to have no ground wire. Then if wire can be pulled out further, the ground wire can be discovered.
Sometimes a nearby outlet or switch box will have ground wire that can be brought to box with no ground.

As general rule with 120Volt outlet, the neutral wire is bonded back to same busbar as ground wire, and then both ground outdoors to copper ground rod.
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html

Do not wire electric motor without ground wire.
Generally other light household appliances such as lamp, or tv, or electric drill have polarized plug with no ground prong, and are double-insulated and there is little risk or need for a grounded plug.

Oct 30, 2012 | Electrical Supplies

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I was wonderin if my breaker panel needs to be hook up to a ground rod , or is the ground going to the electric meter do the same thing ??


If this panel in in North America, your main panel should be grounded in accordance with the requirements of the National Electric Code and your local building code. Please check with your local building inspector on the requirements for your installation.

If you are in a different jurisdiction, check with your local building inspector. If there is no such thing in your area, the answer is yes, it should be grounded and you can use the same rod as is used with the meter.

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I have an ungrounded outlet. There is no easy way to ground it conventionally. Close by is a grounded outlet on another circuit. Can I jump a ground wire from the grounded outlet to the ungrounded...


First are you sure the other outlet is actually grounded?
Article 250.130 (C) Non grounding Receptacle Replacement or Branch Circuit extensions.
The equipment grounding conductor of a grounding-type receptacle or a branch-circuit extension shall be permitted to be connect to any of the following.
(1) Any accessible point on the grounding electrode system as described in 250.50
(2) Any accessible pint on the grounding electrode conductor
(3) The equipment grounding terminal bar within the enclosure where the branch circuit for that receptacle or branch circuit originates.
(4) For grounded systems, the grounded service conductor within the service equipment enclosure.
(5) For ungrounded systems, the grounding terminal bar within the service equipment enclosure.
Or you can see 406.3(D) replacing with a ground fault receptacle

Aug 06, 2010 | Hammering

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Power/ Ground Problem. Im running a 6ga Power wire to the battery (approx 6')with a 40amp fuse. The amp turns on, then about 10 seconds later blows the fuse. The ground is the same ga wire and is grounded...


1. Start by undoing your ground.
2. Use a jumper cable to hook up the ground to the battery ground.
3. Install fuse and test.

If it continues to blow you have an internal amp problem.

If it fails to blow a fuse you have a problem with the chassis ground.

If it is a ground issue you can chase down the various ground straps and clean the connections or you can run another ground cable to the chassis (body) ground to the battery to reestablish the connection.

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