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

Also some of the cars in the us in the 70's had a positive ground.

DarkStar <darkstarmedia@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:          I have an old Mercedes that is positive ground... it was very popular in
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Subject: [DML] why denote "negative ground" on stickers

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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