An electric fuel pump is supposed to run as long as the circuit is on, which putting the key on does. In fact, the fuel system operates under some pressure and in order to start when you turn the key to start position, the fuel pump must go on and begin the flow/pressure up before the engine actually needs the gas. Frequently in especially older cars or those with some part of the fuel system failing (especially when it leaks/loses pressure quickly), it is common that the key must be turned to on for a longer moment so the system can purge & establish itself before starting.
One would indicate an emergency eyewash. Another would indicate a corrosion hazard. And another would indicate the position of fire extinguishers, or of the First Aid.
That would be controls or possibly the relay is stuck closed (on).
Yes, if they are continously bothered they will attack
The main relay will give an check engine light to indicate that the electrical system is bad.
The starter relay (solenoid) points are melted together.
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You would have a "check engine" light illuminated and the code(s) set would indicate a bad TPS.
Normal operation to cool engine Relay stuck in closed position?
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On vehicles that are equipped with a RELAY for the A/C system. You will find that if you have a faulty RELAY that the A/C sytem will not work. This is because the relay acts as a switch to supply power to the sytem when the switch is engaged. When one goes bad it could be broked, burt or in most cases stuck in the closed position.
i would think that it would indicate issues with kidneys
There is no individual relay. Then it would not be a relay. You are probably thinking of an individual medley.
A/C or defroster on Relay stuck in closed position Temperature sensor not sensing proper temperature
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A pulse oximeter would indicate hypoxemia.
yes and ignition relay would..
It would indicate whether something is an acid or a base.
more information needed (e.g. does the battery hold a charge when not connected ?) if it doesn't it has a dead cell or is low on electrolytes does the battery throw a spark when you connect the negative wire without anything on? does it hold a charge for a short time or long time i.e. can you not start the car after an hour or does it take four hours to become un-startable? the longer would indicate a device or relay not turning off thereby draining power the shorter would indicate a bad alternator or charging wiring if the charging system checks out i would pull out the relays one at a time (key off for this test) with a voltmeter connected to the battery when you re-insert the relay watch for a voltage drop this could indicate a stuck relay
That would depend entirely on which relay you are referring to.
An X and a Y would indicate a male. And just in case you were wondering; an X and X would indicate a female.
It would sound like something did not connect properly when you put it all back together or else one of the relays is not correct for the position it is in, or possibly one of the relay fuses has blown in the process.
They would indicate a gentle slope
The photocell would typically control a relay. The power to the lamp would go to one pole of the relay and the lamp to the other. The common wire and ground would go directly to the lamp. The relay would be normally open and would close when the light energy on the photocell decreased to an amount that would trigger a circuit to close the relay.