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Old 02-15-2013, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default Big 3 + Catch Can = Problem?

I have a catch can that I am going to install on the block with the supplied bolt. I have been researching the Big 3 wiring upgrade, but noticed that the block to chassis wire uses this same location.

Would there be a problem just putting the ground wire under the catch can mounting bracket?
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I can't imagine that causing a problem. Be sure to clean the area with a wire brush to ensure the best ground contact.
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