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Old 01-01-1970, 12:00 AM   #1
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I recently bought a 1923 Model T Roadster and found that the battery is installed Pos. ground. I've since bought the owner's Manual and it says Neg. ground.b Which is right?





 
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neg ground model As are pos gnd.





 
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I have a 23 T, it is Neg ground





 
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IF you don't have a generator, OR your generator has been changed or altered in some fashion, it should be *negative* ground. In a starterless/generatorless car, it doesn't matter, as the coils and lights and horn don't care. In a car with a starter/generator, tho, it *should* be negative ground.





 
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is the battery 6 or 12 volt





 
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All Model T's were negative ground.



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