just bought a Model a which had the 6v battery grounded to the negative terminal instead of the positive. The car seemed to run Ok, but I switched the polarity to a positive ground, but now there seem to be a short to ground as the 30 amp fuse at the starter blows. What issues may have been caused by the original incorrect grounding? Is there something else, other than a shorted wire, that I should be looking for?

I should mention that this is my first model A so am not real familiar with it, so any info would be greatly appreciated.

I should mention that this is my first model A so am not real familiar with it, so any info would be greatly appreciated.

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