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Folks, I'm really confused! Trying to fit a grounding kit to my Spec2 GTST. Can I find the PTU on the engine that I'm supposed to bolt one of the connections to? Can I fudgery. Can anyone help?

I realise it probably sounds stupid! But I've had the coilpack cover off looking for it and everything... I just can't see it. Does it even exist on a Spec2?

Would really appreciate if someone could tell me where I'm going wrong :(
 

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Series 2 doesn't have a coil pack amp.

its built into each of the coil packs. I just ground it to the back of the engine around that area. Then the final lead across the back of the bulk head to the power steering resevoir
 

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"Grounding Kits - Using a gold plated distribution clamp and multiple grounding points, improved idle and drivability can be obtained by equalising resistance and voltage between various ground points.

Grounding kits from groundingkits.co.uk are tailored to your specific make and model of car, the vast majority of kits sold elsewhere are universal.

The kits are easily fitted with the detailed instructions provided, and require no specialist knowledge.

Benefits of installation include:-

increased hp*

increased torque*

improved fuel efficiency

stabilised idle

brighter lights

quicker engine starts

reduced emissions

reduced audio noise

protection from rogue ECU signals"

.... so I guess whilst you don't seem to have any problems, by fitting this you might notice improvements over standard performance :)

Not expensive, about £50 delivered :D
 
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