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Old 02-07-2017, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Kaiserjeeps
That is indeed the ground wire. When the horn comes on by itself when you turn, that's the same circuit that has rubbed through the wire insulation inside the column. Make sure the wire bridges the rubber rag joint. It looks like it does, but sometimes pics are hard to make sure.

Sure enjoying the build. I could take a lesson in speediness from you.
You are moving right along.

Thank you. However, it may not be as speedy as portrayed. The first set of pictures are from last summer. I didn't find this forum until recently.

The business that I have acid dip the parts is 140 miles away and it takes a week for the dipping process so that slows things down considerably. I hate driving over the Santiam pass during winter blizzards especially when pulling a trailer with large body parts loaded.

I did find and buy another 70 J2500 from another member on this forum. Will drive to SOCAL the end of this month to pick it up. Between the two I may end up with a great truck
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