Re: [DML] Another Wiring Question.
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Re: [DML] Another Wiring Question.

I have seen this on 2 other cars, and found it to be a
bad connection where the doors hook to the body.

You have to remove the T panel to get to it.

--- funkstuf <funkstuf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Situation:  I have about a +1 volt difference of
> ground potential on my 
> doors with respect to the rest of the car.  This is
> true of both 
> doors.  If I ground one door to the body, they both
> end up grounded to 
> 0 Volts.  
> To me, this means they're sharing a ground off of
> one of the circuits 
> that's grounded to the door and somewhere else on
> the body and it's a 
> bad ground.  Certainly I could set up a new ground
> from the door 
> directly to the body but if anyone knows, I'd be
> very interested in 
> knowing where the door harness is grounded back on
> the body, or which 
> circuit this is because I believe that will be the
> best way to resolve 
> the ground loop problem that I hear in my
> sub-woofer.  Everything else 
> seems to be grounded well on the car when I do
> voltage checks. 
> Any thoughts on this one?
> Thanks,
> Dale F.
> #4984
> #941

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