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Your trailer needs adequate lighting to operate safely and legally. These steps will show you how to rewire a trailer.
How do you wire up a trailer to your car? Learn the best way to carefully and safely attach trailer wires to your vehicle.
When it comes to working on your vehicle’s electrical system, even seasoned professionals get frustrated. Intermittent problems, under-dash harnesses that look like spaghetti, and years of patches and “get it … Continue Reading How to Solder Wires: Tips And Tricks For Making A Solid Connection
Non-computer controlled automatic transmissions, specifically GM 200-4R and 700-R4 models, use electric solenoids to activate the lock-up feature on the torque convertor. At the appropriate time, as determined by the … Continue Reading How To Install a Torque Convertor Lockup Kit
Anti-lock brake electronics, electronic stability control, electronic steering control, and any sensory device working in conjunction with a CAN system, require the electrical components and connections to be perfect to … Continue Reading Know How Notes: Soldering Electrical Circuit Repairs
If you’re having car interior light problems, you could need a new battery or alternator. Here’s how to diagnose 3 common interior light glitches.
In the old days, the method of choice for checking a circuit was to grab the test light and start probing. While a test light has its place, many times … Continue Reading How To Use a Digital Multimeter
Automotive wiring is probably the most maligned aspect of automotive mechanics, the pitfalls of wiring repairs are many and tracing down bad connections, broken wires, and intermittent problems is about … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Automotive Wiring Guide
Fusible link issues can sometimes be difficult to detect, but are easy to repair at home. Here’s how.