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    How in the world have I lost my ground block

    These spades are just ground right?

    www.lurkerpaintball.com/spades.jpg


    Ground strap for the starter? (In addition to a ground from motor mount to frame?)

    www.lurkerpaintball.com/starter.jpg


    Main 12v source? Somehow I have misplace what mounts this assembly to the firewall...is that gonna be a problem?


    www.lurkerpaintball.com/12v.jpg



    Then this mounts on top next to the alternate battery tray on the firewall?

    www.lurkerpaintball.com/block.jpg
    '89 335is +turbo

    #2
    Haven't been following the build. b35? what harness? what car?

    First picture: Both ground wires.
    Second: goes to the large pin on the starter
    Third: terrible picture. I can't tell what you're holding up
    Fourth: Was this mounted on the driver's side when you pulled the m30 out of the donor? If so, you don't need it.

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      #3
      Thanks Yert.

      B35, harness is the 20 pin from a 535 auto (original harness was the 25pin from a 535i manual later e34).


      Picture #3 is supposed to be the thick cable that runs from the drivers side firewall and is clamped by another connector - it's the most beefy connection in the whole engine bay so I assumed it was +12v.

      I thought #4 was mounted on the E30 passenger's side as an alternate jumping point, but I could be very mistaken - the reason my build has taken so long is that I only get parts of weekends to work on it, so things get forgotten (lack of continuity).
      '89 335is +turbo

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        #4
        ah ok. pic#3 is the battery cable. This is the main source of power to the junction box (the positive charged cluster there).

        Still don't need that piece in pic#4. The positive junction box serves as a jumping point

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          #5
          So, wait, does the battery cable have a plastic mount to the firewall? I guess that is what I would have lost?
          '89 335is +turbo

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