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Gauges, speakers, signal lights, headlamps and cabin lamps are all parts of a car’s electronic equipment. The majority of cars use a 12-volt power source, and include a fuse for protection from power surge.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Car Fuses and Wiring
Chevy Silverado
Ford Transit Connect

Where is the Location of the fuse box on a 1984 Chevrolet pickup truck?

Under the steering wheel. By where the hood release is.

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Cars & Vehicles
Car Electronics and Lights
Transmissions and Drivetrains

The energy required for the mechanism of active transport comes from?

The product of ATP decomposition.

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Car Electronics and Lights

How many ohms are in an watt?

They're are not related. Watts are measurement of power while Ohms are measurement of resistance. One watt equals one volt times one amp.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering

How can you compare the function of a generator with the function of an electric motor?

An electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. While an electrical generator does the opposite.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Subaru Forester
DIY Projects

How do you replace the 3 prong headlight connector on a 2001 forester?

The replacement plug will most likely come with short pigtail wires. The old wires will have to be cut and spliced to the new wires. Make sure that the connections are sealed from the weather as this is an area that gets wet.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights

Light that is not bright?

...would be dim.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Windows and Mirrors
Locks and Latches

Lock is to open as unprotected is to?

Luck is to open as unprotected is to panic

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Car Electronics and Lights
Home Electricity

Why is the low melting point of solder an advantage when soldering?

Low melting pointsolder used for PC boards is a must. The components on the board are heat sensitive and can be destroyed by high heating when they are soldered to the PC board traces. This is mostly done by machines now but the solder still has to be the lowest melting point possible.

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Car Electronics and Lights

What is a ballast resistor?

A ballast resistor is an electrical resistor whose resistance varies with the current passing through it, thus maintaining a constant current.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Dodge Dakota

Does an 89 Dodge Dakota have a voltage regulator Where is it located?

The engine computer is the voltage regulator. Located on the inner fender.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Fuel Filters
Electronics Engineering
The Difference Between

What should the low pass filter be set to?

If it is a subwoofer amp then set it at about 80 hz.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights
Pontiac
How To

How to replace a Pontiac G5 Tail light Turn signal bulb?

First you pop the trunk, then on the side of the car where the replacement is there will be a carpet material with a few plastic nuts you can unscrew with your finger tips, unscrew and pull the carpet away then you will see the back of the light where the bulb is, grab and twist left gently and pull out the light then pull the bulb out and replace the same way it was put together!

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Car Electronics and Lights
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights
Nissan Altima
Ford Windstar SE

How do you change a brake light on a 2003 Nissan Altima?

Remove the tie wrap that holds the wires for the light. Behind them you will find a nut that holds the light in place (2 nuts in total).Once you remove them (size 8mm)you can take the whole light assembly out from outside. Then turn electrical connector remove bulb and replace

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Car Electronics and Lights
Dodge Ram
Nissan Pathfinder
Combustion Engines

Where do you find the tachometer sensor of pajero diesel engine?

I think the sensor are on the gearbox , and send it to the transmision ecu

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Car Electronics and Lights
Turn Signals and Hazard Lights
Chevy Cobalt

Where is the turn signal flasher located on a 2008 Chevy Cobalt?

turn signal flasher for inside indicater

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Car Computers and Sensors
Car Electronics and Lights

What is a quill bearing?

A quill bearing is a bearing that instead of having roller bearings, it has long thin rollers shaped like a toothpick. They are commonly used in transmissions and power machinery. It is basically a "needle bearing". The bearing has a hard outer shell which is considered the outer race, a series of needle bearings inside the shell that usually ride directly on a hardened shaft, therefore not needing a inner race as a typical roller bearing has.

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Repossession
The Sims 1

Where can you buy Euro lights for your car?

CARID

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Car Electronics and Lights
Home Electricity
Electronics Engineering
Electrical Engineering

What is a line frequency power diode?

line Frequency diode have very low forward bias drops but their recovery characteristic(time) is very long. Their softness factor is low.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Sales and Customer Service

Where is a simple gear with idler used?

Roller Shutter Doors

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Car Electronics and Lights
Car Stereos and Speakers
Chevy Silverado

Can you bridge a mono amp?

No! a bridge means to connect two objects, in this case two audio signals. Mono; meaning (one) there is nothing to bridge to. P.S. the gain adjustment is not a booster. It is to match the low voltage output power of your Head unit (CD player etc.). Turning it up will cause clipping (distortion). Good luck. B. Myers of Lake City, Florida.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Alternators
Car Batteries
How To

How to build an electromagnetic car?

For forward motion for example, the operator of the vehicle shoots a positively charged electro-magnetic beam forward then within a fragment of a second a switch auto-starts a second electro-magnetic engine that produces a negative charge.Since they are negative and positive charges, the negative charge is drawn after the positive charge thus propelling the vehicle forward. What the speed would be, etc., are for others to determine. Theoretically it would be superfast unless the beam operated, say, in a pulse manner or intermittantly.I hereby put my idea into public domain for the common good of humankind.June 2, 2008Overland Park,Kansas

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Car Electronics and Lights

How do you hook up scosche 500k micro farad digital stiffening capacitor?

assuming you have an amp. run the hotwire from your battery directly to the POSOTIVE terminal of the cap. the run another wire from the POSOTIVE cap terminal to the amps power input( where the wire went before) and the run a third wire from the caps NEGATIVE terminal to the car body(as a ground) i have one in my car it wrks good for about 500 watts after that u need stronger cap. good luck

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Car Electronics and Lights
Safe Driving Techniques

What is the purpose of hazard lights?

Ya think it might have something to do with warning about a hazard on the roadside?

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no really! actually they are what you put on to warn other drivers that YOU are a hazard on the roadside due to an accident or breakdown or stationary queueing traffic or any other danger, ie a hazard.

In the UK, hazard lights should be used on single carriageway roads to warn other drivers that your vehicle is a hazard, on a dual carriageway or motorway, they should be used to warn other drivers of any hazard.

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Car Electronics and Lights
Inventions
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights

What did people use for light before light bulbs?

Typically the first to be used for light was the fire or campfire. After that candles or wax. After the candles, a Kerosene lamp was usually used. Some cities or villages used gas lighting before electricity was established. By gas I mean natural gas or propane burning inside a "mantle" in a lamp specifically made for this. This method was actually quite bright in the amount of light it produced. Much like the Coleman brand camping lamps you see people use in campgrounds.

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