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Renault clip tester pinout

I am building a Renault Clip Tester, the old one with the electronics in the bottom part of the suitcase underneath the laptop, NOT the one with the CAN Bus sonde.
I cannot find the pinouts for the test cables I need to make.
It appears there is suppossed to be one main cable coming from the electronics (37 pin socket) ending in some sort of plug (never seen this particular plug in rael life) on the cable, and from this plug to the car diagnostic socket, depending on your car there is either a cable with a 12 pin plug (the older cars) or one with a 16 pin socket (the newer ones).
I need the pinouts for all that, if someone has such a setup, and would care to check it out for me?
From the Clip Software, I can see the spareparts numbers of the cables, but I have been unable to buy them anywhere, they appear to be discontinued long ago.
The numbers are, if anyone knows where to get them:
Main Cable: 21818810-7
Testcable one: 21818814-9 or 21821291-1
Test cable two: 21819991-0

/HM

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On the tops of all fuses (maxi-fuses, regular fuses, & mini-fuses) are two indents with metal showing, one at each end of the top.
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For the fuses inside the car, just clip the tester lead to a good ground point-a metal screw or metal bracket under the dash. Again with key in on, touch a fuse end in that testing slot. If tester doesn't light,. check or reposition the ground lead till you see the tester light up. Now touch each fuse on both ends. A good fuse will light the tester on both ends of fuse, a blown fuse will only light tester on one end of the fuse. There, you are done. You not only have checked all fuses, you have verified that power is going through the fuse panel.

There may be one or two fuses that won't light the tester on either end with key on. Some cars have an interior lights fuse that only gets power with the head or park light switch turned on. And some cars have a "crank" fuse that only gets power when the key is in crank or start. (A fuse for the radio will certainly have power with key in on.) There are a few fuses that are hot at all times (like brake lights fuse, and most if not all of the maxi-fuses). But with key on, (almost) every fuse should show power and light up a test light. good luck.

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Buy a light tester first
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Secondary Spark Test This spark tester looks just like a spark plug, attach the clip to ground and crank the engine to check for spark 91052p10.jpg
This spark tester has an adjustable air-gap for measuring spark strength and testing different voltage ignition systems 91052p11.jpg
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