Guys, I wasn't even looking for this, but it came up in my Youtube feed. This is another big one on grounds. Big enough to be in the "Old Testament of the Auto Electrical Bible", IMHO.
Watch this video, you will learn things. A typical old car, notice all the rusty grungy stuff. Another detail I noticed was the funky replacement battery cable terminal with the cables stripped and the bared ends just trying to make connection in that cheesy top strap. I bet the battery top is dirty- that will create a conductive path between the + and - battery posts.
Scanner Danner is a hero youtube poster for mechanics and car people like us! Several lessons and tips in this one.
Watch if ya want to Learn, Friends!
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ah, the old 3.0L Vulcan with the TB integrated into the intake manifold...memories of my first Ford Ranger, right there!! actually, memories of 3 automatic transmission rebuilds. The engine was stout and reliable.