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Old 05-04-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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so i got some HIDs but having trouble finding good ground wire spots on both sides pics would be great but any help would be appreciated
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i used the bolt that holds the front bumper cover the the front quarter panel....its within 12 inches to the headlights on each side...its the bolt that has a little clamp in between the bumper and panel....make sure u screw it back on tight so the ground doesnt give... any problems you will have with hids are usually from a bad ground...if all else fails, just splice in a longer piece of wire and go straight to the battery...
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