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If the ground wire is attached to a bolt that goes through galvanized metal could this cause the subwoofers to experience a total loss of power.

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Assuming that your car is a negative grounded car, it should not make any difference in the power supply if the metal is galvanised, zinc conducts electric the same. As long as the ground connection is good, it should work fine.

Posted on May 14, 2007

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