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Ground wires

Does anyone know where I can find a diagram on 2008 Silverado ground wires

Ground wires

Postby Jwa2 [OP] » Oct 13 2019, 8:31am

I have a 2008 Silverado and the running lights will not go off unless I pull the 2 fuses or I unhook one of the battery cables. I am not good at wiring to began with but I spoken to different people and it was recommended that I clean all my ground wires and clean them but I have only found the 2 for the headlights on front corners, one from engine to hood and 1 on the drivers side of engine block,
Is there more straps and if so where
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Re: Ground wires

Postby cunningStunts » Nov 02 2019, 4:47pm

Re-replied with correct year...here is a PDF of every ground.
2008 silverado 1500 grounds.pdf
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