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answered Shift “Grinding” Issue?
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answered Why does my 2003 Acura TL intermittently make humming sounds when the engine is off?
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comment What are the tradeoffs for positive vs. negative ground?
Agreed lightning isn't a perfect example, talking about way higher voltages then we are dealing with, but I thought it would be close enough and a universally understood example. The light bulb and two batteries example doesn't seem good to me as I can see the positive side of a battery working connected somewhere else but not necessarily the negative. Out flow of electricity from the positive seems a lot more plausible then in flow of a limited capacity device.
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comment Hard shuttering and engine dies when A/C is on at idle
Heh, expensive repair, enjoy the new ride.