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Generation 7 1980-1986 F150, F250, F350

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Old 01-11-2021, 08:36 AM
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Like I stated before, I picked up a 650 cca group 65 from Walmart for $48.98.
That has. A 1 year free replacement
They have a $79.00 with a 2 year replacment.
I just bought another group 65 for another truck with a 3 year replacment from Costco. That one was $120. It's 650 cca too

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Old 01-11-2021, 03:03 PM
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Will these work? Idk if the lengths are correct or not. I need to find the one for starter to engine ground

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On RockAuto you should be able to drill down to the specific part by year and model of your truck to confirm that those are correct.
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:08 PM
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On RockAuto you should be able to drill down to the specific part by year and model of your truck to confirm that those are correct.
The options on there are almost endless lol

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Update: i feel sooooo stupid u guys. I was measuring the length of wire to start and ground.. guess what, the dang ground isnt even bolted to the stater anywhere!!!!
Great. Im so dumb its unreal.
Does that ground wire go to the bolt of starter to engine? I dont see any other place it would go. I feel so stupid. How in the world did i miss the most simplest piece???

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Factory generally hooked it up to a point on the block, so the original wire may not make it to the starter as Charlie was indicating to do. Both work, the attachment at the starter just shortens the ground path and reduces the number of potential bad connections,.
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