Question about Dodge Stratus
1. Open circuit (or partially open such as a chaffed line which causes high resistance due to heat when circuit load is on)
2. Short to power
3. Short to ground
4. High resistance (usually caused by corrosion or poor connections)
Testing for all cases is fairly straight forward once you have a schematic to deal with so you know what wires you need to test and where they run. We are going to use a simple lighting circuit to demonstrate how to test an individual wire for each of the above, and then we will troubleshoot a concern. I know it's not really a check engine light concern, but we're trying to get the basics down for now, and then we'll get into the good stuff! First take a look at the schematic:
Posted on May 26, 2010
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