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I need to charge the battery on my Kawasawki Eliminator motorcycle, and cannot tell which post is the GROUNDED post. Visually, what am I looking for to tell which post is grounded to the chasis?

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A red wire or red tape near the end of the wire indicates it to be the positive ( + ) terminal. The black wire is the ground wire, negative ( - ) terminal. The battery terminals will have a plus + and a minus - symbol on the top or the side of the battery casing. Additionally, the black wire will be bolted to the frame about 12 inches from the battery.

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