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

The (our) car has been manufactured in Nothern Ireland, which is 
British territory.
Older English cars used to have positive ground, as some of the older 
English motor cycles did.
That's why the sticker "negative ground" has been put there; not for 
other Europeans, not for Americans, but for the "homeys" in England !-)

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

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