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 Posted: 09-25-2016 12:43 am
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I imagine the grounds dwalls1 refers to are throughout the car. Anywhere the wiring loom grounds to the body of the car, remove the screw and clean the metal parts that make contact. I used a Dremel tool with a small brass brush, but that really isn't necessary; a small piece of fine sandpaper will work also. I suppose I'd pay special attention to the grounding of the specific components that aren't working. It's also been recommended to remove the fuses from the fuse box and clean the metal clips where they make contact with the fuse. Don't forget the ground wire/strap that grounds the engine to the body located on the battery side in the engine compartment. Best of luck and do let us know how it goes.

Clinton