By Dave Rongey Summary: Identifying car electrical wiring and systems.
Identifying Automotive Car Electrical Wiring
Lets take a look at the Car Electrical System and components.
EXAMPLE: The Car Electrical System Components of a 1994 Honda Civic.
Typical Car Electrical Wiring
Here are the Car Electrical Wiring you'll need to identify for your car.
* PLEASE NOTE This discussion is limited to this particular
car. Your car might be different. Verify the
exact wiring for your application requirements. Wiring Table
Car Electrical Components
Under the Hood - Battery, Fuses, Relays and Alternator
The Car Electrical Fuses Identified in this photo include:
7.5 Amp - Backup Lights
10 Amp - Hazard Flasher Lights
15 Amp - Cooling Fan, ECU
20 Amp - Stop Lights, Horn, Condenser Fan
30 Amp - Rear Window Defroster, Heater Motor
40 Amp - Option-Lights
50 Amp - Option
80 Amp - Battery
I Hope this information about Car Electrical Wiring Helps You!
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Electrical Project Skill Level:
Intermediate to Advanced - Best performed by a Licensed Electrical Contractor.
Electrical Tools Required:
Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools and a Voltage Tester.
Depends on the personal level experience, ability to work with tools, install electrical circuit wiring, and the available access to the project area. Electrical Safety:
Identify the electrical circuits found in the project area, turn them OFF and Tag them with a Note before working with the electrical wiring.
Home Electrical Parts and Materials:
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Installing additional home electrical wiring should be done according to local and national electrical codes with a permit and be inspected.