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Re: '51 Tail Lights
BLUEMEANIE #794598 Wed Nov 02 2011 04:51 PM
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Ground is your friend and when you have plenty of 'em life is good. The current from the battery needs the same good path going back to the battery as it had when it leaves the battery. Anything you do that blocks or slows down that path will upset the electrical gods who will immediately let you know that you did wrong...

Re: '51 Tail Lights
BLUEMEANIE #795307 Sat Nov 05 2011 03:29 AM
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I added a ground wire in the lamp housing, and grounded to the frame....just to be sure!


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