Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello phogan. I am Joe Hogan :^). A ground wire is simply a wire that goes from your lights, in this case, to the frame of your car where it is screwed in. Sometimes the screw gets loose at one end or the other and other times corrosion between the screw and the frame results in a poor ground. The poor ground causes little electricity to flow and as a result your bulb is dim. Of course this is not a good situation. Since finding the ground wire is sometimes hard to do unless you know what to look for, this is what I recommend. Drive to an autozone or other similar auto parts store. Tell the clerks what your problem is. Often, these clerks are all motorheads who love to work on cars. They often come out into the parking lot and show you exactly what to fix, tell you how to fix it.....and if you promise to bake cookies for them, will actually fix it for you. Good luck with this. Don't drive after dark until your problem is fixed for safety reasons. Regards, Joe
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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