Besides the positive terminal and negative screw connections for an inverter, where should the third chassis/ground go?
I got an EVExtend kit and the instructions say "If your inverter requires a safety/chassis ground connection, connect part as
shown on the negative battery post" (See picture, green wire). However I've seen a few posts on this forum that say not to connect to the negative terminal directly, and some that say this might just be for 2011-2012 leafs due to a sensor there. I have a 2015 leaf and am wondering if these are correct instructions for me - what would be the best place to connect to?
I also considered connecting to real ground or a house outlet ground outside of the car an the EVExtend maker said "Despite the nomenclature, there isn’t a need to connect this to the physical ground that the vehicle is resting on." Some of the forum posts seem to suggest this is also not the case, that a real ground would be best. Just want to check that the maker is correct for these cases since there is conflicting info.