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Old 12-06-2010, 07:01 PM
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Can someone please post and let me know where the ground is suppose to connect from the block to the body. I have a 1997 Blazer S10 4.3 LS series 4x4.
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There are two main ground locations with multiple wires at each. They are located at the back of both cylinder heads.
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Thanks so much! Can you please tell me if you know, where they go to from the heads?
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A lot of different areas. What is behind these questions? Maybe it would be easier to discuss the problem.
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Default No driver side ground?

Sorry to drag up another dead thread but, I can't seem to find the driver side location. I found the pass side main location fine. I am assuming the driver side would be in the same spot exact opposite of the pass side. I have felt, looked from top and from the bottom, even used a mirror and flashlight trying to find the driver side location but, can't seem to. Did the 96 not have both locations or am I just to blind to find it?
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Sorry to drag up another dead thread but, I can't seem to find the driver side location. I found the pass side main location fine. I am assuming the driver side would be in the same spot exact opposite of the pass side. I have felt, looked from top and from the bottom, even used a mirror and flashlight trying to find the driver side location but, can't seem to. Did the 96 not have both locations or am I just to blind to find it?

there's 2 1 on passenger and drivers side.. both i think come from that big harness that runs at the firewall
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Was I right about them being exact opposite of each other? Because I do have a bolt there with nothing going to it.
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Was I right about them being exact opposite of each other? Because I do have a bolt there with nothing going to it.
yeah they should be the bolt holes closest to the intake on both sides
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Thanks, I guess I'll be splitting looms tonight when I get home from work to try and figure this out. Do you remember if there was enough slack in the wire for the driver side to cross over and ground on the pass side? Yesterday when I was looking around I noticed that one of the onnes going to the pass side that started to go towards the drivers side bolt then looped back to pass side bolt.
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Ok, so both sets of ground were going to pass side. One set went to the head bolt and one set to the last lower intake bolt. So, now my question is can I use just the lower intake bolt for ease later on down the road? or do they need to go the head?
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