hi Mark,I have a battery disconnect on the negative of the starter battery. It disconnects the chassis from the negative terminal of the starter battery. The negative cable from the Sterling is connected to the chassis side of the battery disconnect. The negative side of my house batteries and inverter are also connected to the chassis in the back, so there are really two paths for the Sterling to ground. If the Sterling negative wire was connected to the starter battery minus side of the disconnect, the disconnect would not be effective as there still would be a fairly poor connection from the battery to chassis via the long wire to the Sterling.
so i am in final phase of the install and i was going to run a long wire from sterling (back of the van) to the quick disconnect (near the pedals) i was trying to unscrew the post of the disconnect planning/hoping that i can stick the lung under that and screw ther post back in. That thing is in there permanently.
So is there another way to connect to the battery negative, say under the driver seat where i am going to tap the positive wire to the distribution block?