The DRL Module is located on the Drivers side Front. Behind the signal light, in front of the wheel, inside the inner fender. It can be accessed from below, or by removing the panel in the left wheel well.
a collar, no, it could choke them. but if you look in your local pet shop, they may have what is called a rabbit harness or a small cat harness, or a guinea pig harness. i use a small cat harness on my rabbits. if it doesn't already have a bell on it, (most of them do) you can buy a little bell and attach it yourself. believe me, it works pretty well. i have never had a case of a stepped on rabbit in my house! lol! :) i hope i helped!
The big question is what wire go's where. On my 97 Jeep Wrangler Sport I wired as follows; First: the gray tach wire and magnetic pickup are not used, Second: the heavy red (pos +) and black (neg -) to the battery, the 4 remaining wires will hook up between the coil-pack plug and harness. Cut the plug off leaving enough wire to attach the street-fire (S/F) wires. So let's start with the plug, my TJ colors are solid Gray and Green/Black stripe. Attach the S/F Orange to the Green wire on plug; attach the S/F Black to the Gray wire and plug it back in the coil. On the harness side attach the S/F White to the Gray wire from the harness; attach the S/F Small Red to the Green wire from the Harness. Close the hood and go.
Dogs use harnesses for safety. A Collar is great to attach your dog tags to so people can know who the dog belongs to but a harness attempts to alleviate the strain on your doggies neck when they still pull during a walk. A harness is a great idea if you have a strong dog and love to show them off. The harness will keep your dog secure in any situation and most importantly keep your dog from hurting itself when pulling. I use a nylon 550 paracord harness for my dog. It is flat, safe and comfortable.
No you shouldn't. But I guess it depends on the harness. If it supports your dog, is not hurting it, gets the job done, and is definitely secure, then I guess it'd be okay! I take it you mean for walking and if so, of course, as they have good padded chests. The concept of fitting a dog car harness, attaching the seat belt strap and being able to quickly unbuckle the strap, attach the lead to the back of the dog harness and walk your dog is a major selling point for most dog car harness manufacturers. Conversely the bestselling EzyDog harness is aimed at sports, walking and running but also comes with a dog seat belt attachment, so it is marketed as a 2 in 1 product. I have left some links to articles below.
As soon as they are old enough to walk you should use a harness for their lead to attach to for walks otherwise they can become very disobedient when out and about. Be patient though and take it steady with them. It is their instinct to pull and so they'll need to reassurance not to pull unless instructed to do so.
Its fairly simple. you will need to unscrew your dash and pull off the front plate of your dash, then you will need to unscrew the stock radio, then you will need to go ahead and pull out the adapter from the back of your radio. Next you will need to attach your adapter harness to your car harness and splice the color coded wires to the harness on your new CD player.-Shocker
Yes you can purchase a chest harness and a lead for a cockatiel if you want to (for example) take it outside but if you do be careful of dangerous birds such as crows. Otherwise it is completely fine as long as you attach the harness the correct way so it is unable to escape. You can purchase harness's and leads at either pet shops or online (such as eBay).
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