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I have elect short I disconnected pos bat cable connected test light to the cable and battery post and & checked all fuses but the test light never went out. Now what?


That's the wrong way to check fuses with a test light! What you SHOULD do is, have both battery terminals connected to a good battery, and connect your test light ground lead to a chassis ground (assuming you have a negative ground system), then CAREFULLY touch the test light probe to one side, then the other side of each fuse. Any that DON'T light the test light on BOTH sides are bad fuses!

Apr 24, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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first; purchase a 12 volt test light from an autoparts store; these look like a screwdriver with a lamp in the handle and, a spike where the screwdriver tip would be; The lamp is attached to a cord that exits the rear of the test light and, terminates in a alligator clip. When the tip of the test light is attached to a 12 volt source; like a positive post of a battery and, the cord of the test light is grounded; like on the negative post of a battery the test light lamp will light, Letting you know that electricity is moving: (doing work) Sometimes electricity will move when it should not, this makes your battery run down, over time. This problem usually can not be found unless you do this: remove the negative battery clamp from the negative battery post then: connect the test light alligator clip to the negative clamp you just removed, and the test light spike to the negative battery post. The lamp should light. This indicates that you have a short to ground: a "leak" that is draining your battery as, if there is no light from the test light you have no problems unless you have a domelight on or, the ignition in the on position for in a "good" car nothing should be lighting the test light bulb.
If you see a bright light you have a big short. If you see a dim light check your alternator for a short through the diodes. With the front door open and, the door button held closed, key off; Look at the lit test light and, start pulling fuses one at a time until the test light goes off; this is the "bad" circuit. Then: replace the "bad" fuse and, just check everything in that circuit one part at a time until the test light goes off again...you have found the problem that causes your battery to run down.

on Apr 06, 2010 | Ford F Cars & Trucks

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Stop lights not working


Check bulbs and fuse first than test your brake light switch .usually the vehicle cant be taken out of gear if fuse or switch are bad. The best way of testing would be with a 12 volt test light. The light can be bought at any auto parts store under $20.00. Hook one end of light to ground (metal unpainted on truck) touch the other end on fuse touch metal connection on both sides of fuse (one side at a time )with key on . Test light should light . if it only lights on one side the fuse is blown and will need to be replaced. If all is good remove tail light bulbs. have someone sit in truck with key turned to on. Ground the test light and touch the point of test light to conection in bulb recepticle on truck it should light on one side when brakes are pushed .there are 2 metal connections in resepticle the other one is running lights. test with lights on. one should light up for sure. if the test light lights with both all is good bulbs are for sure bad. if this was helpful please leave good feed back

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WHY PASSENGER SIDE HEADLIGHT BULB ON 2007 YUKON DENALI WILL NOT WORK


Remove plug from light bulb, using 12 volt test light hook up ground to negative side of battery,then touch probe on positive terminal to make sure test light is functional.next- turn lights on and then probe the plug at each terminal- there should be one wire that has power and the test light should light up. If the test light lights up then you need to test the circuit ground for the wiring harness. So remove the test light clamp and put it on the positive post of the battery. Now retest the test light by touching the probe on the negative post on the battery and the test light should light up. Next with the headlights off-probe the other terminals and if there is a good ground in the harness the light will light up- if not then there is an open condition in the headlight harness- a broken wire or a bad system ground.If both tests are performed and either condition does not happen then a wiring schematic will be needed to perform the repair. This is after all fuses are presumed good.

Feb 04, 2013 | 2007 GMC Yukon Denali

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2000 MAZDA 626 BRAKE LIGHT NOT ON


First check for blown fuse. If Ok check bulb, If ok use test light (computer safe led type)
Get someone to put on brake and earth test light lead to bold on vehicle and hold test light probe in centre of bulb holder. It should light up.
If not move earth lead to another bolt on vehcile and retest.
If light comes on in test light the bulb is broken.
If no light in test light the brake light switch connected to the brake pedal is broken. replace brake light switch.

Jun 12, 2011 | Mazda 626 Cars & Trucks

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My reverse lights want work.disconnect ground from battery and hooked test light clamp to negitave battery cable and tuched prong of test light to negitave battery post. while ignition swich is off the...


When testing for a draw on the battery. If the key is in the off posistion and the doors are shut etc. The test light should be off. When the key is on the ignition system creates a draw and the light will come on. So if the test light is on when everything is
turned off, then there is a draw. Fords of that era had
issues with the headlight switch heating up,but you
would also loose the headlights.To pop a 25amp fuse
I think there is a dead short(bare wire to metel)check
brown wire(taillight)and the orange+lt blue wire(dir/stop) for shorts accross the rear bumper and at
the plate lights. Then trace back to the cab. You could use a test light and trace the power back from
the cab, but you would go through a bag of fuses.
Hope this helps.

Apr 02, 2010 | 1990 Ford F150

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Fog lights not working how do you troubleshoot this problem?


Test the switch with a test light. Disconnect the wire to fog light and put test light on it and see if it lights up.
Also test the hot positive wire going to switch. If it doesn't lite here, then the fuse may be bad or wire to the power source is broke or disconnected.
Do the same for the switch.
You can test power to the lights themselves with a test light or voltmeter.

Nov 11, 2009 | 1998 Chrysler Sebring

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Boat horn not working; fuse is good


TOOL NEEDED (1) DC test light or probe. TROUBLESHOOTING (1) generally a horn just has two wires positive and negative. Test negative by connecting dc test light negative to the negative on the back of the horn. use positive side of dc test light and touch a known positive connection. dc test light should light if not. find clean know ground for horn. Test positive by connecting neg side of dc test light to a know negative connection. use positive side of the dc test light and touch positive side of horn. test light should light up when you touch the horn switch. if dc test light does not light take a jumper wire and connect one side of jump wire to a known positive connection. take other side of jumper wire and lightly touch positive side of horn connection. horn should beep. if horn does not beep replace horn. if horn does beep test and or replace horn switch.

Sep 06, 2009 | Boating

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Left rear Tail lamp not working (bulb and fuse is fine)


If you have access to a simple 12 volt test light, you can remove the bulb you replaced, turn on the turn signal and park lights and see if the test light lights up. If the turn signal contact blinks the test light and the tail contact lights the test light, you know your power supply to the bulb is good.
Next you will check the ground.
Using your test light, carefully touch the tail light contact with the test light tip and touch the test light ground to the socket ground. If the ground is good the test light should light.
Let me know what you find and we will go from there.
Regards,

Feb 17, 2009 | 1996 Cadillac DeVille

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Emission light comes on


it will not pass the test with the light on, and if u turn off the light they will know when they test it by testing/checking the system readiness function. Go to a Kragen or an Autozone they will run the test to see what trouble code has turned the light on, it is free, post the code back here. Oh have then reset the light after the test.

Jan 05, 2009 | 2001 BMW 5 Series

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