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Alie&Jim's Carrilite

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Yes - I assume that your talking about 12V. I put in a fuse block that had a ground (-12V connection) similar to - http://www.amazon.com/Blue-Sea-Systems-Blade-Block/dp/B001P6FTHC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420652412&sr=8-1&keywords=12+volt+fuse+panel - and made sure that I cleaned the body studs. In looking things over, I then added extra wire going back to the batteries. Some of them looked questionable. I did use the Dremal, with the rubber abrasive wheels, to clean the studs, but ......

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For my main wiring in the drivers compartment I always create my own ground buss bar tied back into the battery directly. Other things, like an occasional light or dash accessory I'll tie into an existing ground or into the truck someplace. I don't like to tie into the truck if I can avoid it, though.

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