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1967 Ford Mustang

Electrical problem
1967 Ford Mustang 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 35000 miles

I have been having problems with my electrical system in my 1967 Ford Mustang which has a straight six cylinder engine, I have recently replaced both the battery, starter cylenoid, and positive battery cable. The other night however, the car's battery was dead and it had to be jumped, I was told that the negative battery cable needed to be replaced. Currently the negative terminal is grounded to the bottom of the engine block, is this the proper place for this, or would it be better positioned somewhere else?
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Lpleslie
March 10, 2008.




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