Join Date: May 2015
Location: Montgomery, AL.
Thank you for your reply sir,
The big three ground was developed by guys who installed big honking sound systems in their trucks and wanted to be certain of a good ground.
The suggestions that I did was a #2 cable from left battery neg to the frame, a #2 cable from the engine block to the frame and a #2 from the alternator output to the pos post on the right battery. I have 2 newer Interstate batteries.
I guess my question would be that the bale connector has been off and on so many times, do you think that the pins and receivers have deformed enough to allow this inconsistent setting of codes? Do I need to disconnect and pull each receiver and squeeze them closed a little so they will be tight on the pins when connected?
What other method would you suggest?
Thank you sir!
Virtually no rust, so I am not real sure if it is a ground issue.
2004 2500HD LB7, Crew Cab LT, 4 x 4, 252,000 mi, CTS2, MBRP exhaust dual outlet, no cat, PowerStop Brake Kit, B & W Turn over ball, Air Bags, CamLocker toolbox, 265/75-16 Cooper Discoverer AT3, 3rd set of injectors at 205K mi. 4th set inj Oct 2019, Lincoln Diesel 45% over SAC inj. New head gaskets & studs. New Turbo.