Re: [DML] why denote "negative ground" on stickers
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Re: [DML] why denote "negative ground" on stickers

It is all a matter of reference.  Some cars
(especially British) are "positive earth".  That is,
the chassis of the car is hooked to the positive
battery terminal.

--- daviddlasvegas <daviddlasvegas@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Why do the warning stickers on the car say "this car
> is negative 
> ground". On a DC electrical system ground has to be
> negative doesn't 
> it? How could you have a 'positive ground' that
> doesn't make any sense.

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