The ground strap on a 1997 Chevy Blazer 4.3 Vortec is located along the bottom of the engine near the frame. It ensures that electricity flows properly through the entire vehicle.
Unbolt it and buy a new one
On the engine block.
Is there a bolt on engine ground strap
They generally bolt the ground cable directly to the engine block.
the hobble strap is located on the stirrup it is the strap that keeps it together at the bottom.....
At the botom corners of the seat you will see a loop strap just pull on that and lift the seat
The ground strap is the battery cable that connects from the negative battery post to ground, usually the chassis.
Yes, I believe it is on the back of the passenger side cylinder head.
Connect a ground wire to what? If you mean from the engine block to the firewall or frame - it ia always recommended that a grounding strap be connected between the two.
The ground strap prevents static electricity causing a spark, which could cause a fire.
Exhaust components rust out over time due to weather and the heat from the vehicle. On a 2001 Chevy Cavalier, when the muffler strap rusts, welding a new strap in its place will offer a complete and reliable repair.
Open your glove box and compress the sides or remove the screws at the bottom of it you will find the ECM behind it attached with a metal strap and a 10mm screw.
Its a ground strap
To prevent static damage to electronic components that the wearer of the wist strap is handling. Note, to work the strap must be connected by a wire to a "ground" or "earth" point.
make sure you wear a ground strap.
It is a ground strap to ground the engine block to the frame. a broken ground strap could result in improper electrical grounding for ignition and other electrical parts
There are grounding problems on 1999 to 2003 Lincoln Town cars causing alternators not to charge properly and running batteries down. We replaced 3 alternators and 1 battery. We checked all ground straps on chassis/frame/engine and couldn't find exact location of ground strap that was defective. Also checked fuses and made sure all switches off in car especially heater/AC. Improvised by installing a new ground strap from engine ground to chassis/battery ground. System now charging properly, alternator output 13.5v to 14.5+v.
What is the proper name for the braided cable that runs between the fire wall and the back of the engine where the head is located on a 6.0 diesel It is a ground strap. it provides a ground between the engine and the body.
There are 3 different grounds. Engine to body ground. Engine to frame ground. Engine to battery ground.
Check plug wires, distributor, coil, and ground strap.
It is a device that is used to ground vibrating machinery to the ground wire of the device's feeder wire. The strap has extra flexibility that will take the bending and flexing from the machine to the ground terminal. If a wire is used, most times it will stress fracture and break due to the vibration, leaving the device ungrounded.
It's inside your gas tank. The gas tank is on the left side of the vehicle. There is a strap that goes around it and bolts to the frame and a strap that goes around it and bolts to a crossmember. If you get under there and look you can see the hoses coming from the top of the tank. That's the fuel pump.
pull the strap in the trunk then push the seat down
its a ground