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Old 10-19-2009, 02:19 PM
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you guys think a 22r would have all the same grounds except for #4 and maybe #2? cuz i dun have any of those hooked up, except #1
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Originally Posted by yoterr View Post
you guys think a 22r would have all the same grounds except for #4 and maybe #2? cuz i dun have any of those hooked up, except #1
I would definately at lest have one to the block, and one to the head
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Originally Posted by toyota4x4907 View Post
If #3 was not grounded, would it contribute to/cause pinging?
hmmmm, that I don't know... maybe a little unburned fuel, loss in power, and maybe even misfiring...
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Well I grounded it. I may or may not have lessened the pinging
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Haha I know Ive asked you about this same topic too. Now its easy as pie to figure out where the grounds go!
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hm, now I need to run out and check mine.
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Originally Posted by toyota4x4907 View Post
Well I grounded it. I may or may not have lessened the pinging
Maybe?

Have you checked your timing recently?
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Originally Posted by raydouble View Post
Maybe?

Have you checked your timing recently?
Haha. I KNOW by the feeling its advanced....but how far, I dont know. Thats why I said lessened instead of cured.
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Awesome post. I'm going to check my grounds tonight.
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Just wanted to say thanks for taking the time to do this. I have them all except #3, looks like I have another project for tomorrow. I have been wondering if I had all these for awhile. Thanks again.
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not to get entirely off topic.. but just recently on my pickup the #2 on the list burnt from one end to the other and caused the diodes to burn up in my alternator.. i had never messed with any of the wires and neither did the PO.. but could this have been caused by water getting in the connector right beside the airbox????
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What is the bolt size on the ground wire that connects to the a/c bracket
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Originally Posted by 94toy22re View Post
What is the bolt size on the ground wire that connects to the a/c bracket
Without the a/c bracket it is an M12 (14mm head) I'm not exactly sure on the thread pitch it's a 1.00 or a 1.25.....I would think the one to the A/C bracket would be the same to save on cost....maybe someone else can confirm as I don't have A/C.

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The pictures help alot, im in the process of making new ground wires for my 86 4Runner, im using 4 gauge battery cable as compared to the very small stock ground wires.
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I thought 4 gauge was stock

well, for the battery terminals anyway

you're making all of the grounds 4 gauge?

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Originally Posted by iamsuperbleeder View Post


I thought 4 gauge was stock

well, for the battery terminals anyway

you're making all of the grounds 4 gauge?
I just made a new ground cable for my buddy last night.....it was closer to 6 gauge but since it's Japan they probably don't go by AWG anyways.
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I thought 4 gauge was stock

well, for the battery terminals anyway

you're making all of the grounds 4 gauge?
Im upgrading all of the ground wires to the larger size because i just got a 160 AMP alternator, im also upgrading the output wire from the alternator to the battery to 4 gauge because the stock wire is only 8 gauge and would probably melt and short out with the extra power going through it.
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This info is awesome,BUUUUUT...does anyone have a ground wire count and diagram for the 3.slo? Sure would appreciate it
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Excellent thread! Thanks again man.
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Red face

Other then #4 I don`t have any other grounds you have pictures of.

I do have one to the body to one of the inner fender bolts The other goes to one of the M10 bolt holes on the right side of the engine towards the front.

I have no problems on all my Toyota Vehicles with the grounds like this.
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