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Old 03-27-2011, 10:36 PM   #1
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where do i ground after nutter

Just finished the electrical part of the nutter. I was rereading the diagram and it mentioned to ground the ign module (black wire) but i'm not sure where to go to ground. One says to the body, one said to the block another said...... I haven't upgraded the ignition yet but will in the future. Thanks

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All ground circuits run thru the chassis at some point. No need to go anywhere else than directly to the body or frame.
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