Ok, do not jump the AC green gnd and DC black gnd busses behind the main distrib panel.
Install a main DC neg buss in the engine compartment.
And to that buss, reroute both the existing AC gnd (green wire) from the port motor stud, and the DC gnd wire(black) from the battery charger
neg terminal. Then from that new buss, run a single
cable to 1 of the motors studs, or even to both motors as shown in the above pic. Correct?
As I understand GordMays picture (BTW, thanks) I can also run the neg wires from my windlass
,(not sure about these as not shown in pic: invertor, stereo amps, and the battery charger
neg. side) battery neg post to this new DC main buss? Or do these items need to attach to a yet another 'accessory' gnd buss, which in turn is connected to the new 'main' buss? Or would you recommend I just leave the AC gnd connection to the port stud as it is? I do need to add a DC gnd buss to get all the grd wires off my battery terminals and just have 1 cable going to it.
Confusing, yes it is, when one considers that I can not connect the gnds at 'this' point, but when I follow the cables
, in the end they are all still connected together.
Thanks for your help,