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Old 03-29-2009, 10:39 PM   #1
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Grounds Anyone ?????

Has anyone check their grounds lately.
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I'm sorry ,but I can't pass this up. Yes I have checked my Grounds, and it looks like a good raking should clean up all the winter debris, and then fertilize.....Sorry Roger
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As one tens to get older one seems to go off topic a lot.

Welcome home Capt.
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The biggest problem that I have with the grounds is finding the darn things. The battery ground on the frame is easy and there is another clump of ground wires by the radiator and the grounds under the dash.

Any guidance on finding more????
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The biggest problem that I have with the grounds is finding the darn things. The battery ground on the frame is easy and there is another clump of ground wires by the radiator and the grounds under the dash.

Any guidance on finding more????
I can't resist; I can't answer that on the Grounds it might incriminate Me!
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bruceh, if you check items as converter, load centers, Gen, battery leads, motor block to chassis frame, most items as starter make sure bolts are tight to mounting,loose bolts faulty starter, jack pump, transfer switch, motor mounts for slides could be to frame or separate ground wire.
In most cases start from the source location and trace back to chassis frame or common ground point.
Can anyone think of others?????
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