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The direct solution is check step by step if the wiring is done properly , try this please unplug the battery cable for 30 min and replug and if the light are coming back you should get it checked step by step.......

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Replaced battery in 2008 Infiniti QX56, battery cables w mistaknly placed on wrong posts, lights came on starter wouldn't work radio wouldn't work & dash lights didn't work. Is this just a blown fuse


no ---fuses just pass power in any direction
You can check for a blown fuse as the reversed power supply may have shorted something out
it could be a fried ECM or a failed diode from the wrong power direction flow
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A lot of times this happens because pressure was held on the steering wheel when the engine was shut off. When the engine is running the power steering pump helps hold the steering wheel in one direction or the other and when you stop the engine that pump pressure stops also so you need to overcome that force while you turn the key. Here's what you do, grab the steering wheel and try to turn it in either direction. It should move freely an inch or so in both directions. If it doesn't then grab it firmly and try to turn it. Left or right. If it feels like it is locked in one direction but turns a little in the other direction then that's the direction you have to rotate it in while at the same time you turn the key on. BTW, what kind of car is it?
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P1762 Nissan - Direct Clutch Solenoid Valve Possible causes
- Faulty Direct Clutch Solenoid Valve
- Direct Clutch Solenoid Valve harness is open or shorted
- Direct Clutch Solenoid Valve circuit poor electrical connection
P1762 Nissan Description
Direct clutch solenoid valve is controlled by the Transmission Control Module (TCM) in response to signals sent from the PNP switch, vehicle speed sensor and accelerator pedal position sensor (throttle position sensor). Gears will then be shifted to the optimum position.

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Write the differences between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC).


I will try, but understand, though we can harness electricity for power, there are still mysteries surrounding the existence and interaction of electric charge.
Alternating current is an electric current that reverses direction at regular intervals. All household current is alternating current. That is how it is generated through power lines, our electric grid, from the source like hydroelectric dams through power lines and into our homes.
Direct current is electric current going only one way in a wire or circuit. Automobiles run on direct current. Science says the flow of electrons in direct current only travels one way. Alternators in cars start out producing alternating current, but with an electric device called a diode, the current is changed to direct current. A diode will only let current pass through it in one direction, but stops current flow in a reverse direction. Before the invention or discovery of alternators, cars used a belt driven generator to produce direct current. Alternators proved superior in generating electricity, however, so were adopted by auto makers.
Now purists will add something more: by convention we say that current flows from the positive battery terminal, through the wire circuits, through an electric motor, and then to ground and thus back to the negative terminal of the battery. So from positive to negative, right? Well, electricity is a negative charged electron flow through a wire, so purists say the current flow is actually from the negative battery terminal through the wire circuits and back to the positive battery terminal. It is confusing, so by convention we say (DC) current flow is from positive to ground, or negative.
Well, there you go. Is it crystal clear, or whut??? Lol.

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Which direction do i have to turn the nut to unscrew my mahindra bolero fan?


Hi I have seen several scrap fan motors because one did not ask which way but just tried! You are clever by checking first
There are two ways I determine the correct way!
1) See whether there is a piece of the thread sticking out past tghe nut. See whether you can make our the threads/. The threads are slanted!
Turn the nut in the direction that will slide it along the threads in the direction that you want ot to exit!
2)
Remember that the fan nut & direction was designed as a self tightening mechanism.
If you look at the shape of the blades, ou can figure out which way the motor have to turn to propell the wind in the correct direction. now imagine, you are holding the fan, and the bmotor is trying to turn the fan. See what way you have to oppose the motor's push. That way is tight! So turn the nut in the opposite direction.
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Drivers side window does not work. I replace the switch, and noticed that the relay #4 clicks when I operate the switch. Does that mean the relay is bad or is the relay working and now I should start...


It is somewhat common for the motor to get dust built up on the motor brushes, and only work in 1 direction. The clicking could be from the OTD ( one Touch Down ) relay.

Remove the door panel, and check the pigtail connector to the motor with a meter, to see if power is there in both directions ( 1 way will be +VDC, the other direction polarity will be reversed ).

If you need directions on removing the door panel, good directions with pictures on removing the door panel from Muth Signal mirrors
http://www.muthco.com/support/manuals/
Search on the page for the MY range and type under the Ford section.

If you find the pigtail connector has VDC in both directions, it is time to try thumping the motor against a tire or just repalcing it if you do not want to go into the door maybe a 2nd time.
Good directions on removing the motor on F150online.com, search for the thread titled : Removing Window Motor

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Is an alternator directional? If so is direction selective or changable?


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Check the 4 way relay operation should be located under kick panel on the drivers side. swap with a known good relay and recheck.

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