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Bad Grounds?

1981 924 na

I found a round ceramic peice that connects about 6 grounds for the fuses and relays. Are there anymore that anyone is aware of? Does anyone know where the engine and transmission ground straps are located?

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The connector was metal not ceramic. I cleaned all of the grounds today. The one by each headlight, the one on the auxillary air regulator, the one next to the right rear tail light, and the two up under the dash. I also replaced the negitive battery cable and the ground strap from the negitive coil to the block. The car now idle 's much better. The guages do not fluctuate. The fans operate properly and the engine runs cooler, or at least the gauge reads cooler. The temp guage used to fluctuate. The headlights are brighter. I might have also solved the problems with the looping and hesitation, but I have to put in new plugs and have the fuel mixture adusted. Also the lights do not dim when the A/C is turned on. I would highly recomend this procedure the difference is fantastic.

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still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.
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