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Helo, Land Rover driving British guy here..
Is this a Neg Earth vehicle?

Bad earth connections can cause this kind of effect too.
I have taken to disconnecting the LR battery completely when She is not in use.

Yes, loose/poor connections can result in poor charging of the battery, damage the alternator etc..
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98 dodge trk have prob with corrosion under power distribution center
drive side wheel well under hood, have to unbolt and turn over look at bottom
of power distribution center
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