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ELECTRICAL, SENSORS, & TROUBLE CODE ARTICLES – AUTO REPAIR HELP
Electrical Sensor The electrical system in your vehicle is comprised of a litany of devices that work in conjunction. From sensors, lights, bulbs, and other warning devices, the electrical systems in your vehicle must be maintained to function properly. Below you will find a wealth of informative auto repair and maintenance articles related to the electrical system, various sensors, and trouble codes.
Alternator and Voltage Regulator
Automotive Computer (EEC)
Automotive Lighting
Automotive Sensors
Automotive Warning Lights
Batteries, Starters, and Solenoids
Brake System Warning Light
Check Engine Light
Coolant Temperature Sensor
Cruise Control
Distributor Basics
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
Fuses and Relays
Ignition Coil
Ignition Control Module
Ignition Overview
Igniton System

Power Windows, Locks & Mirrors
Rear Window Defroster
Troubleshoot – Battery Dies While Starting Car
Troubleshoot – Electrical Fuses Frequently Blow
Troubleshoot – Power Door Locks Don’t Work Correctly
Troubleshoot – The Battery Or Charge Light Came On
Troubleshoot – Turn Signals Don’t Work Properly
Troubleshoot – Turn Signals Flash Too Slowly


Related Auto Repair Videos
Starting Video
Bulb CHange Video
   
   
Fuse Video
Headlight Change Video
   
   
 
 
   
   

 

4 responses to “Auto Repair Electrical”

  1. stu says:

    Lincoln town car 2002, My air pump keeps running on and off during driving. What is the problem.

  2. stu says:

    What is the problem with the air pump

  3. Jeff says:

    1989 BMW 323ic convertable,power top doesn’t work. red light on coucil (at switch flashes) looking for a wiring diagram or anything where i can trouble shoot it.

  4. hillonwheelz says:

    2006 Silverado SS has wheelchair conversion, Remote start. Wouldn’t start had AAA jump it, all ok, went to dealer, after new battery installed running lights not working. Took it back, they said hours of testing, replace basic command module $500. Taillights not working but running lights are during testing. They said running lights always working and that AAA blew something when they jumped it. What is going on? I usually have problems with remote starts going. Have had 4 since I got the truck brand new. 24,000 miles now.

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