ground wire, all the metal on the car is where any electricial device can be connected to.
theres a wire that is attached to the hook that keeps your hood down, if you can see that wire good. now let me tell you: i have a 92 civic, what i do is pull that metalic wire to left away from the hook and it releases the hood. My wire is connected to the hook but not to the release button inside the car. so if your wire is still connected at both ends you might have more trouble opening your hood.
Drivers side fender well by the hood hinge
Open hood and disconnect the wire from the horn itself located under right front fender.
"pop" the hood with the in car lever. get a pair of pliars and grab the wire that the plastic hood release was connected to.....this should work!
You would have to pop the hood of the car. If the handle is broken to the hood, you must locate the piece of the wire that it was connected to and pull on it with a pair of pliers.
under hood,Drivers side firewall or inner fender. 4or5 wire plug with a screw in it to hold it.
The engine OBD 1 diagnostic connecter is under the hood along the wire harness at the inner fender. It is not OBD 2.
under hood..drivers side inner fender (apron)..will look like two connectors plug into the fender....it's the two wire plug....pull it and cross it out with a jumper wire to set timing...(about 5 degrees should do it)...don't forget to unplug the jumper...t
Under the hood connected to a electric wire to the dash plugged into ur a hole
There is a wire which connects the power to the antenna. The wire is located under the hood right near the back of the fender hump on the passengers side. If you look you will see where it goes down insdie the fender to the antenna power unit. Just unplag the connector and you are good to go. vbdenny
it is on the passenger side right next to the windshield under the hood it is black and has a purple and black wire connected to it
If it is a simple light fixture it does not meter - the light-bulb is a simple element of a chain that can be connected both ways.
the fuse wire is connectected in the series.
A 40 amp breaker is used in conjunction with AWG # 8 copper wire. The black and red wires are connected to the breaker. The ground wire is connected to the ground bar and the white wire is connected to the neutral bar.
One can install a Viper alarm system with minimum electrical knowledge. The system has 12 wires. The red and white wire need to be connected to the trunk release wire. The fuse of the red wire needs to be attached to the 'plus' terminal of car battery. The brown wire needs to go to the siren of the car, the yellow wire to the 'plus' of car ignition, the black needs to be attached to the hood as ground, purple wire with 'minus' of dome light, green wire with 'plus' of dome light, blue wire with the sensor pins and orange wire with the hood.
A light bulb is not lit when the swtich is not connected to the wire becasue there is no flow of electricity, specifically, flow of electrons. By disconnecting the wire, the bulb is no longer connected to the electricity source.
The "hot" usually black wire is connected to the brass coloured screw. The white wire is connected to the silver coloured screw and the bare ground wire is connected to the green screw of the receptacle.
It should work ok if the wire for the tach under the hood is connected and I don't remember which one it is.
Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hertz supply service.The star point will have a white wire connected to it or a black wire identified with white tape depending on its size.
red wire connected to live conductor of supply intake,while the white wire connected to neutral conductor or supply and the bare wire connected to the protective earthing of
It is under the hood on the driver side fender wall, near or directly behind the battery. You should notice three relays (wire sockets and plugins), look for the one with the dark green with black stripe wire. mine is the middle one.
It is a brown wire connected to the distributor.
That depends on what happened the first time you connected the wire, and on how the wire was connected. There is insufficient information in the question to properly answer it. Please restate the question.
Driver side inner fender, near the hood hinge. Grey or black with 6 wire connector. Mounts into an aluminum heat sink with two torx screws
The neutral wire and power wire are never connected together.