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finding wire connection location need some help

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OK guys I had A guy  put on new fenders and repaint my 01 well all the wires did not get put back on and or connected having trouble on location of a couple wires go can someone post a pic or give me a location where these wires go thanks in advance this is on the drivers side of truck

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Those are grounds, nothing special.  Clean them up, then take this nut off, clean some of the paint off the nut and fender and attach.     

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OK thank you so very much sir I thought they were all grounds but was not sure where they got mounted or best place to mount them and as you can see they are missing a few bolts that mount the fender really aggravated how this came back to me

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The larger one looks bad enough that it should be changed to a new ring terminal.  If one is like that it is likely more are going to need attention. :2cents:

 

 

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yes for sure thank you I did actually did replace that with new ring terminal cause when I started cleaning it up things were getting worse so i changed it. yeah I know working on going over them and cleaning and or replacing them as i go been working on electrical now for a week thanks for the input this forum is such a great place.

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