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I think that I have a short in my electrical wiring harness what should I look for first

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    yadayada Aug 20, 2010

    a short in what part of the system?

  • yadayada
    yadayada Aug 20, 2010

    what exactly is it doing?

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Without knowing why you think you have a short or the exact problem this is difficult to answer with any certainty. But the main thing you have to do first is identify the problem (what is failing), then find the circuit that is used, then start checking for pinched or crushed wires on that circuit. You may have to do some disassembling to check certain things as you go. Some shorts will be in the unit itself. I hope this gets you started. Good Luck!

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