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Old 08-01-2007, 02:34 PM
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Hello everyone. I have a hawk pro with OS .32 SXH engine and currenly i bought a remote glow plug like this:


I know the yellow wire should connect to the glow plug but what about the black wire?
By the way does anyone know the different between hawk pro and hawk sport?
any help would be greatful.
Old 08-01-2007, 03:23 PM
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Its got to be grounded to something that will complete a circuit.

Usually an engine mount bolt works best. On the Raptors I use the lower engine mount bolt that goes through the frame.
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Its got to be grounded to something that will complete a circuit.

Usually an engine mount bolt works best. On the Raptors I use the lower engine mount bolt that goes through the frame.
Thanks for your quick reply.
I've been searching the forum and everyone said the wire should connect to the engine mount bolt.
However, I am not sure is that mean any engine mount bolt? does it need to be in touch with the engine?
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If the engine mount is aluminum then it doesnt matter, it can be the bolt going into the mount or one of the screws that bolts the motor to the mount, just use that under the washer that should already be there.

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