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



a lot of older british cars did in fact use a positive ground. The
positive terminal of the battery was connected to the chassis and the
individual circuits connected to the negative side. Google "Positive
Ground" for some discussions on the subject.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddlasvegas" <daviddlasvegas@...>
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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