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Desert Sasqwatch

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I made a transcript of the newest video of anyone would like it. I plan on doing it with most of the videos for myself but if there is interest I'll post them here.
Quantum, did you get around to the video transcripts discussed a while back? Was hoping to see something posted to assist with the videos. Thanks! :)
 

Adam

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Part 6 is up: EDIT: Old video had an error. The wrong ground wires were called out when joining them together near the fuse box. Correcting it now and will upload as soon as possible.

I've got one more for organizing the main harness. Then there will be 2-3 for thinning the dash harness and combining it with the main harness.
 
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Anks329

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Part 6 is up: EDIT: Old video had an error. The wrong ground wires were called out when joining them together near the fuse box. Correcting it now and will upload as soon as possible.

I've got one more for organizing the main harness. Then there will be 2-3 for thinning the dash harness and combining it with the main harness.
Nice, that's excellent. Will there be more build videos after theses wiring videos are completed?
 
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Adam

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I had to correct the ground wires that were called out to be joined early in the video. Here is the new video:
 
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HOBGOBLIN

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Part 7 was a tease! less then 5 minuets lol! I know Adam is working hard on them videos but I am itching to get done lol keep up the good work guys
 
I had to correct the ground wires that were called out to be joined early in the video. Here is the new video:
Can anyone clarify what specifically is the 'fuse box ground' here? I have the ground lug, coolant tank, and fuel pump ground wires. Don't see another one.
 

Ross

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I never counted all the grounds, as long as they all get a good connection to the frame, then the car will work.
It doesn't matter which ground goes to which lug, long as everything that needs a ground gets connected to the frame.
 
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