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Old 04-13-2013, 05:32 PM   #1
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Ground diagram

Does anyone have a diagram of where each ground goes from the grounds near driver fuse box? I believe their was about 8 in the box. 2 off the wires are completely fried and I don't know how to trace them. Picture of the ground box with fried wire. It's labeled A-H I think
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Old 04-13-2013, 06:34 PM   #2
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Old 04-13-2013, 10:46 PM   #3
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If you find a diagram of the grounds it would reallly help haha
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Old 04-13-2013, 10:51 PM   #4
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It's seem to be kind of hard to find the diagram of the grounds, I've been looking for a whils now and still nothing.
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Old 04-13-2013, 11:45 PM   #5
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y not just just cut the wire after the burn, and splice new wire with an eye loop, then just screw it to were the ground block goes???
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y not just just cut the wire after the burn, and splice new wire with an eye loop, then just screw it to were the ground block goes???
The entire wire is burned as far as I can even get the tape undone. So I assume the whole wires burned. Their are two ground wires that are burned and wanted a diagram because I don't know where they go. If I dd I would just splice in a new ground wire
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The entire wire is burned as far as I can even get the tape undone. So I assume the whole wires burned. Their are two ground wires that are burned and wanted a diagram because I don't know where they go. If I dd I would just splice in a new ground wire
Get a friend and two DMM's and start checking to see whrere they go? Other than that, I would just say tear out the dash and trace it that way.
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Thanks for the diagrams! I don't know if they will work though. They just tell me which wire is the ground and it says it goes to "ground splice pack". but it doesn't say which pack it goes too. :/ the pack I have has Letters on it A-M but no diagrams say ground splice pack A or B.

I think the only option I have left is to remove the entire Dash and just replace the wires =/ Does anyone have any helpful tips on removing it? I bought a manual so Ill try and follow it.
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You'll need a puller to get the steering wheel off and I would take the seats out too. It makes it a little easier to get all the stuff under the dash, more roomy too. It's really uncomfortable trying to lay half on the seat and half on the floor, or half out half in the car. Also take your time try not to break anything, it will cause some rattles. Really It's not too bad and you might want to think about doing your heater core while the dash is out too.
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UPDATE: The blinkers work!!!! I ended up cutting the ground wire for the blinkers completely and try a temp ground. and they work! The wipers do not though but at-least I can drive the car. I just need to find out which wire is the ground for the wipers.
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