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yo

Some add a ground from starter to engine block
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Relay Ground Wire Addition & Location Video in an 86
Source: by JKossarides ("The Bronco", Jean) at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/782810

and maybe add a new junction close to batty as SEATTLE did?
 

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would a ground to one of the starter bolts suffice for an engine ground ?
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yo, Yes, many have done that, especially due to that humengeous draw; perhaps over-kill, but if another path if existing ground strap (some are braided or a SQ. steel tube that is crimped at both ends) rusts or loosens


pic by SeattleFSB

For many years there are smaller wires (gauge) that should be inspected at rad (heat & moisture could mf it up),

pic by SeattleFSB


and fender liner @ battery/headlight connector (batty acids could mf'er it up)
pic by SeattleFSB

Those in kick panels should be checked too, esp if there are water leaks or a heater core leak

G100 @ LH front of engine compartment on upper radiator support-in front of WS washer/Coolant overflow tank; G101 front of fender apron-between starter relay & headlight; G200 behind RH kick panel; G103 (battery to engine) Lower RH front of engine; Same as Bronco in a 95 F Series; Location in Engine Bay pics
Source: by subford (Bill K) at http://s54.photobucket.com/albums/g91/subford/Electrical/Grounds/?start=all
 
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