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One goes from a bolt on the rear of a cylinder head (usually passenger side, but either side will work) to a sheet-metal screw on the firewall.Another thing that not having proper gounding will cause, is on automatic cars the "body" ground will go through the transmission shifer cable, getting it hot enough to melt the cable sheath and cause the cable to start binding. Ask me how I know....
Another, goes from a bolt on the frame rail to a sheet metal screw on one of the front inner fenders, near the "middle" of the bottom edge of the inner fender. This one's usually on the driver's side but again, either side will work.
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