Question about Car Audio & Video
Help with engine
YOU MAY HAVE ONE OR TWO DEAD CELLS IN YOUR BATTERY...GET ONE OF THOSE PROBES WITH A METAL POINT AND A CLEAR PLASTIC HANDLE WITH A WIRE AT THE HANDLE AT AN AUTOMOTIVE PLACE.... PLACE THE WIRE ON GROUND AND TAKE OFF THE BATTERY COVERS AND WHEN YOU PLACE IT IN EACH HOLE THE LITE SHOULD LIGHT UP.... IF IT IS DIM OR DOESN'T LIGHT, YOUR CELL IS GOING OUT, AND DOESN'T HAVE ENOUGH VOLTAGE/AMPERAGE TO TURN OVER THE STARTER.
CHECK YOUR CABLES..... CHECK YOUR SOLENOID....FROM THE BATTERY FOLLOW THE POSITIVE TO THE BOX AND WILL HAVE WIRES ....YOU CAN TURN ON YOUR KEY, AND GET A SCREW DRIVER AND FROM THE SOLENOID BEFORE YOU START...WATCH THIS VIDEO...........
THE TEST LIGHT IS USED IN THIS VIDEO AT 45 SECONDS INTO THE VIDEO SO YOU CAN SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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