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ApuPimpin
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ApuPimpin Apr 15, 4:53am - #442873 

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is it that important to have a ground wire kit?

mabye i'm misunderstanding what it is, can someone explain
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GTS2003BLK
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GTS2003BLK Apr 15, 5:34am - #442874 

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Try typing the phrase "ground wires" in the Quick Search box at the top of this page and click the Go button.
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Yovan
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Yovan Apr 15, 5:45am - #442875 

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A ground wire kit is used so that you can have better grounding i.e less resistance on your electrical circuit. As you probably know most electrical circuit takes the -ve from your chassis and sometimes from one point to another it might have some resistance, using such a kit will reduce the electrical path for the negative track and give you less resistance.

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That might help I have read in the forums that people with the kit installed have brighter head light, blinkers fog etc ...
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kmlgts
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kmlgts Apr 15, 5:48am - #442876 

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Originally Posted by GTS2003BLK

Try typing the phrase "ground wires" in the Quick Search box at the top of this page and click the Go button.


give that a shot.. if you still can't find what you looking for then you have a problem.

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g96818
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g96818 Apr 15, 6:15am - #442877 

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