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Old 06-15-2014, 10:45 AM   #1
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New Ground Connection needed

I need to create a new ground connection for a Chassis battery circuit.

A House battery circuit is grounded in an ideal location.

Is there a problem with making the chassis battery ground connection to the same connector as the house battery ground connection?
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I need to create a new ground connection for a Chassis battery circuit.
A House battery circuit is grounded in an ideal location.
Is there a problem with making the chassis battery ground connection to the same connector as the house battery ground connection?
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No problem.
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Mel is right. All three of my battery negative posts are connected to the same stud welded to the chassis.
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