Well i have a 92 b18a1 integra, and i decided to change the stock ground wires with fatter wires…i used 4awg. I have grounded he valve to the body, the negative terminal to the body then body to the tranny…My problem is that i have searched and found some info but not enough…i need help on wat other grounding points can i do???..also how can i do the fuse box to the starter and then some?? my battery is not located in the trunk so i cant copy the setup of one of the guys that made a thread about ground points…PIC WILL HELP ME AND OTHERS…thanks…
You have done all the “ground points” needed, although a ground from the alt. chassis to the batt. neg.(-) couldn’t hurt.
Not sure what you mean by "
also how can i do the fuse box to the starter and then some
" there is no connection from the fuse box to the starter unless you have a relocated batt. and then, technically, it’s from the starter to the fuse box, as the relocated batt. pos.(+) is run to the starter.:whisper:94
how can i ground the alternator…do i ground it on the adjustment bolt on the alternator? would the alternator loose its place if i do that??
Also when u meant chassis to battery neg…aint the say what i said, neg. terminlal to the body(chassis) then chassis to the tranny
is it ok to ground the intake manifold??
I have the Buddy Clud condenser…
I said, from the alt. chassis to the batt. neg.(-) couldn’t hurt. meaning from the case of the alt., [adjustment bolt will work] to the batt., it is an adjustment bolt, adjust the alt. so there is proper tension on the belt, then the alt. will not “loose its place”.
Although it’s “OK” to ground the intake manifold, why would you, I see no gain in doing so.
What is the “Buddy Clud condenser”