Discussion Starter · #41 ·
Originally posted by GM B Body:
You could use the ground above the airbag ground yes?
It's worked as stated in the ground location in the instructions OR...Just do step #2 if your concerned Brian. Drill a small pilot hole, then use a "Self tapping" 10mm screw like the ones in the pics (Same type as the small ground wire to fender bolt for the battery).Originally posted by MD-4DR6SPD:
A couple of points about the ground issue you brought up.
1. The FSM doesn't want people grounding high power electronics through that bolt. The fuel gauge calibrator is a "negative" ground signal anyway, and definitely not high powered.
2. If you are that concerned, drill a pilot hole and make another grounding point.
3. If you do step 2, electrically it's not all that different from using the existing bolt.
4. These kits have been used numerous times without incident. No airbag was ever deployed or code thrown.
The directions say to disconnect the battery prior to starting any electrical work.
Hope this helps!
Nope, Not too late....Click here:Originally posted by RYS:
Is this going on or is it too late? Scott (mass9c1) recommended I get this.