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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-01-09, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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Engine Grounding Point 1990 F-150

I replaced my blown 1990 351 with a 1991 351..somehow I forgot to connect a heavy ground wire that attaches to the firewall, area where heater hoses go thru firewall...where the heck might the other end connect to the engine? I hope not to the very rear of the engine.
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Re: Engine Grounding Point 1990 F-150

I'm guessing it will connect to either a transmission bell housing bolt or on a rear intake bolt.
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Re: Engine Grounding Point 1990 F-150

Okay...sounds good to me. I'll find a convenient bolt and see what happens.
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Re: Engine Grounding Point 1990 F-150

It belongs on the stud at the top of the bar that runs from the exhaust manifold up to the intake plenum.

1983 Ford Bronco General Purpose Pics picture | SuperMotors.net

At the top L corner of this diagram, it's unlabelled, but points toward the circle with 56 in it.

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