By Gabin Placide. Car Electrical Wiring. Publised at Friday, October 27th 2017, 15:50:58 PM. Medium duty fuses are used to protect average amperage circuits such as power windows and seat heaters. These fuses also provide an observation window which is needed for inspection.
By Jeannot Ludovic. Fuse Box Wiring. Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 21:02:13 PM. Automotive circuits are quite simple in design. Remember always that the factory used as little wire as possible, so look at the schematic diagram to see where multiple connections are made. Remember also that your friendly electron travels through several devices on its way to doing its work so you need to systematically trace the path.
By Mathis Camille. Fuse Box Wiring. Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 20:16:45 PM. If you are having a problem with an electrical component in your vehicle the first place to start is in the fuse box. Most cars have a few different fuse boxes. Most of the time, one is in the engine bay and a second is in the vehicle somewhere under the dash or on a kick panel. The engine bay fuse box usually holds the larger fuses for things like the alternator, electric fans or starter. The fuse panel inside usually houses the smaller fuses for things like the brake lights, clock and radio. There will be a diagram of which fuse goes to what on the underside of the cover or in your owner’s manual. Find the fuse for the component you are having problems with and pull it out. If the glass or plastic appears dark or burnt the fuses is probably blow and should be replaced.
By Lazare Anthelme. Car Electrical Wiring. Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 19:38:10 PM. A relay is nothing more than a very heavy-duty switch that does a lesser switch’s bidding. A small electromagnetic engagement coil consumes on the order of milliamps means just about any switch can activate it.
By Salomon Herbert. Car Electrical Wiring. Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 19:03:35 PM. The other major issue within a car electrical system is that not all components tolerate the same amount of current strength or amperage. Therefore, the system must include voltage regulators and fuses to moderate flow and protect components that cannot handle the amperage supplied by the alternator. Fuses protect circuits when placed in front of the load (component). If a voltage spike causes too much amperage sent to the headlights, a fuse designed to “blow” at 15 amps will do so, preventing the current from continuing on to cook the headlight itself.
By Bertrand Rainier. Car Radio Wiring. Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 10:41:29 AM. Sometimes, accessing the stereo requires the removal of one or more trim panels from the dash. You may have to (carefully) pry the plastic trim away from the dash (which is often secured by hidden pressure clips), or locate and remove bolts to disassemble other pieces of panel. Once you have gained access to the factory stereo, you should be able to see screws that secure the radio to the dash. Remove the screws and pull the stereo from the dash.
By Lazare Anthelme. Engine Wiring. Published at Wednesday, February 21st 2018, 19:20:24 PM. As mentioned above, the camshaft and crankshaft coordinate their movement via a timing belt or chain. The timing chain holds the crankshaft and camshaft in the same relative position to each other at all times during the engine’s operation. If the camshaft and crankshaft become out of sync for whatever reason (the timing chain skips a gear cog, for example), the engine won’t work.
By Mathis Camille. Engine Wiring. Published at Wednesday, February 21st 2018, 18:21:13 PM. Above each cylinder is a sparkplug. When it sparks, it ignites the compressed fuel and air, causing the mini-explosion that pushes the piston down. So now that we know all the basic parts of the engine, let’s take a look at the movement that actually makes our car move: the four-stroke cycle.
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