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Can I ground my battery in the trunk to the rear shock?


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Negative cable to rear shock, positive up front to starter, anything else? I'm not exactly taking the route from the FAQ home page with the distribution block, etc. Will this work?

Byron

76 02 inka

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Shock is mounted with rubbers so you don't get a connection. Ground connections are very important, they should be as good as possible, both from battery to body and from body to engine block.

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of the car. Best is if you make one yourself. Sand all the paint off of an area the size of your washer, then sandwich the end of the cable eye between two washers using the bolt/nut after you have it all done, it should be:

Nut, washer, bare body metal, washer, cable eye, whasher, bolt head.

When you get it done like that, cover it in a light coating of wheel bearing grease and it'll never corrode etc. (maybe overkill, but wth)

Best of luck w/it!

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