Where to Ground Aftermarket Electronic Devices (12 Volt Car) | AnthonyJ350

Where to Ground Aftermarket Electronic Devices (12 Volt Car) | AnthonyJ350

Where should you ground your new dash camera or security system or stereo head unit? In this video we go over proven areas to find ground and techniques to make a good connection.

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Where to Ground Aftermarket Electronic Devices (12 Volt Car) | AnthonyJ350


1 Comment

  1. Stealth G35 Infiniti on April 17, 2022 at 6:32 pm

    Excellent job…You did everything I would strongly recommend to anyone installing aftermarket equipment. Remember your ground wire should be the gauge or larger to the power wire.

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