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In Reply to: NAA Electrical Work posted by Michael Lacey on Thursday, March 20, 2014:
The diagrams were helpful and confirmed how simple the concept is. Run juice to each light and ground at the same location(s).
However, I can't seem to find a good ground. Any good spots you can recommend? I grounded the two front head lights to the bolt inside the lense housing. It worked, but they were extremely dim. I want to go back to spec, when possible. The extra wires that i had since made to run back and ground at the positive ground (battery tray bolt) made them work much better, but i didnt like the look of the extra wires.
What else can i do? is there a way to get better ground at the light housing by cleaning something other than the bolt?
- Re: NAA Electrical Work Bob G Friday, March 21, 2014
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