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HELP.... alternator ground wire singed off. Need help to fix and reattach ground wire

to the alternator... its a 2000 ford mustang. v6. the battery keeps getting drained due to the fact that the ground wire is completely off the alternator. yesterday we used a little electrical tape...but it lasted about a day. need help asap

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to the alternator... its a 2000 ford mustang. v6. the battery keeps getting drained due to the fact that the ground wire is completely off the alternator. yesterday we used a little electrical tape...but it lasted about a day. need help asap
you're going to need to solder it on.


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