Photo Request: 96 Gt

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by creektrack, Sep 24, 2013.


  1. creektrack

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    Can someone please post a few pics of all the ground locations in the engine bay...I think I'm missing my firewall ground but have no idea where it needs to be...thanks in advance..

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    Nobody has a 96-98 gt that they can't spare 10 minutes? I'd really appreciate, and I'm sure my car would too...

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    I tried looking on google and bing for you but I couldn't find anything. Sorry. Good luck!:)
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    Yeah I've looked everywhere, which is why I posted here...im tempted to just randomly stop someone who has a mustang and ask to look under their hood...

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    Haha be careful
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    No firewall ground, just the ones by the radiator/left headlight, and the main ground from the left motor mount to block.
    There is a fuel rail ground that is by the firewall. That just gets capped onto a valve cover stud.
    Let me know if you still need pics.
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    Thanks, I have all those, just figured I was missing the firewall ground because any time I turn on any accessories like the defroster, my battery gauge takes a nice hit to it....I've got a brand new battery and alternator...maybe I need to upgrade to a high output alternator...

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    defrost does the same to mine.(when it used to work)
    grab a volt meter and check what the voltage is at the alt and the battery.
    make sure the connections at the posts are tight and clean.

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