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Old 04-13-2005, 09:58 PM   #1
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Help With The Big 3

Hey guys, I was wondering if you could post links for quality wiring that I would need since I am illiterate when it comes to car parts. I have a 96 Buick Regal Gran Sport, if you need more details let me know. How much does it typically cost to upgrade that wiring?
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Do you have a good alternator in there? I think that's a pretty standard thing to upgrade when you're putting a lot of stress on the electrical system. From what I've read on here, you replace the ground wires that go to the alternator, engine block and chassis with 0/1 gauge wire, as well as the power wire between the alt and the battery. If you have a second battery in the back, it'd probably be a good idea to upgrade that wire too. The guys here probably will give you more advanced tips, but that's the basics.
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I don't need an explanation I need links to products I can buy because I don't want to buy the wrong products and wires.
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