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Old 06-15-2007, 01:38 PM   #1
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1995 35' Land Yacht Diesel
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1995 LY 35 diesel pusher polarity confusion

I have replaced the alternator and isolator in my 35 foot LYDP. The alternator wire was improperly connected to the isolator and burned off from heat. I removed the engine battery to begin with. When I went to replace the battery, I noticed the engine battery appears to have had a positive ground. The coach batteries are negatively grounded. How can this be? I need to know before I do something dumb.
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