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thanks jim,,yup its grounded,i think what happened when thay sent me the harness thay cut some of the grounds for some reason,so i had to put new round grounds on a couple wires and it was about 6 inches short,but i got it reach a different ground loc ,thanks steve

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thanks jim,,yup its grounded,i think what happened when thay sent me the harness thay cut some of the grounds for some reason,so i had to put new round grounds on a couple wires and it was about 6 inches short,but i got it reach a different ground loc ,thanks steve

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You should be fine with that. :)

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Yeah, I've done jobs where grounds weren't taken seriously. The worst example was the headlights of a 1964 Chevrolet, which didn't have the ground connected on one side. When they were on, all four of them were on; the dimmer switch just changed the emphasis. High beam or low beam, all of them had their own intensity setting, and none of them was on full brightness. After I fixed the ground, everything was OK.

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