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Q: Running light ground wire

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I need to reconnect my ground wire to the driver side back tail light so my running lights will work where do I hook the ground wire up to the tail lights

My car has 160000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The easiest place to find a ground it to connect it to the body on the inside where the harness comes inside the trunk area. You could also use the same ground as the brake lights are using.

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