Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Schererville, IN
You could ground to a seatbelt bolt. You'd have to make sure you clean all the sticky stuff off the bolt. GM used a "gummy" sticker then put the bolt through that to create a seal. If you really want to do it right, ground it to the seatbelt bolt and crawl underneath the car and ground that seatbelt bolt the the chassis. Or, you could find an inconspicuous place to drill and run the ground wire directly through the floor to the chassis. I'd personally rather not drill a hole like that though. That's why I'd rather ground the back side of the seatbelt bolt to the chassis.
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