Question about Chevrolet Classic
Shop4class, You didn't mention what kind of vehicle you are working on but the easiest way to check this is to look at wire colors. Ground wires are usually black. Power wires will usually vary in color but the easiet way to be sure is to get a test light and connect one end to the negative side of the battery. Turn the wiper to the on position and start to probe the plug. The test light will glow when you have found the power side of the motor. To test the gorund side of a circuit, you have to reconnect your test light to the positive side of the battery and then probe the black wire. The test light will glow when you found the right wire. Be careful when doing this as you may touch another power wire and start to blow fuses. To avoid this when testing the ground side of a circuit the best thing to do is to turn the wipers to the off position. Good luck with this.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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