Red wire=positive Black wire=negative
Red wire is positive (+) and black wire is negative (-).
Yes, the red wire is a positive wire (+) and the black wire is a negative wire (-) :D
most dryer cords are flat and the connection on the dryer is split or the ground wire connection will be at a different height. The cord probably has black, red, and white wire. Black and red are hot and white is ground. It does not matter black and red or red and black, they are both hot. If the dryer is not marked it will be layed out so that the ground will be the center of the connection.
Black to black. Red to red. Green to ground
Connect black to black, red to red, and white to green.
the thermostat has a black(line) wire to it, and a red wire going to it. the red wire then connects to the neutral wire. the black and red are like a leg switch.
Connect the black wire to the incoming hot wire and the red wire to the out going load.
The red wire is Positive, (+) and the Black wire is Negative. (-)
1)Raise the hood. 2) Locate the battery. It will be that big black rectangle with a big red wire and a big black wire coming off it. 3) Remove the red wire and the black wire. Be careful not to touch both ends at the same time, or lay a tool across the two terminals. 4) Lift out the old battery. Careful, it's heavy. 5) Put in the new battery. 6) Reattach the red and black wires. The Red goes on the spot marked "+" and the black on the spot marked "-". 7) Spray a little skoooch of WD-40 on the terminals. 8) Lower the hood. 9) Start 'er up...
Black red and yellow is three-phase. there is no neutral.
Black to black. Red to white. Green to bare.