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Most of us have owned appliances that have malfunctioned or stopped working all together. If you have a basic knowledge of wiring diagrams and decent mechanical skills, and would like to do you own repair instead of paying someone a fortune to fix it, keep in mind that most major appliances have a wiring diagram tucked away somewhere within the appliance - usually folded up and attached under one of the panels. Also, if you know the brand and model number / serial number, you can usually find wiring diagrams, parts lists/descriptions and exploded views on the internet. This has helped me to trouble shoot and repair many appliances of my own and of friends.

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What make model an year vehicle ? Starter relay could be bad starter motor could be bad ? You have to test the electrical circuit ! Find A wiring diagram for the starting circuit of your vehicle at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html . Do you own a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter or a test light . Depending on the year of your vehicle it may or may not have a relay . Go on youtube an check out videos on testing relays , basic automotive electrical trouble shooting , voltage drop testing , how to read a wiring diagram . Then armed with this knowledge test the starting circuit .

Jun 18, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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has gone bang need a rewiring diagram for it to be fixed

A wiring diagram is not going to help you fix it. You need the knowledge and tools to diagnose the problem before you can fix it.

May 10, 2016 | Ovens

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How do I replace the battery?

Most rechargeable razors are not intended for user replacement batteries. Some have user replaceable battery packs. If you are skilled with a soldering iron and have a rudimentary knowledge of wiring NiMh batteries in series (voltages added together); as in a flashlight, to obtain the proper voltage and the batteries you buy will fit into the space in the appliance... you can make your own battery packs for far less than the mfr charges for their replacement.

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how to bypass an immobiliser

This car doesn't have a factory alarm / immobiliser, so normally you look for the control unit, if its hidden then look for the siren and follow the wires to get to the control box, now you have to follow the wiring to see where they have spliced into the car's own wiring, etc, the ignition switch wiring is normally interupted to provide a live feed to the control box and also the starter circuit is spliced to stop the car's starter motor from working, basically follow the alarm control wiring back to where it attache's to the car's own wiring and take of the alarm control unit's wiring and rejoin the car's own wiring together, ie the starter circuit maybe mauve with a black trace, you may find its been cut and 2 other wire's run from them, take off the 2 wire's and join the mauve /black trace back together , and so on, good luck.

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in my 86 chevy s10 i blow a fuse in the same spot every time i turn on my lights and then the rear running lights (not brake lights) stop working im tired of getting pulled over so how do i find the short in the system? (p.s. i bought the thing used and the electrical system is real wonky)

You need to own a VOM Meter and know how to use it.
You need basic electrical knowledge
I would suggest buying a factory wiring diagram,only if you can read one. Otherwise,just get an estimate, at a repair shop

May 29, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet S-10

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