On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 08:25:07 GMT, "Jim Warman"
On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 05:19:56 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org
>On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 02:35:10 GMT, "Jim Warman"
>>If the fuse blows immediately without the lights being turned on, the
>>solution should be obvious. If the lights must be turned on for the fuse to
>>blow, it is time to start isolating the various branches of the system. That
>>you can predict when the fuse will blow should be of immense help in the
>>Electrical matters are easily the least understood part of automobile
>>systems. It is imperative to find a tech with a good grasp of electrical
>>diagnosis in order to reduce the diagnostic time and effect a timely and
>thats why u dont want warman working on your car
>a real tech would substitute a test lite for the fuse
>when light goes out you found your problem
>jimbo is a tard
>Well it was only a matter of time before dogbreath showed up.... The test
>light is an inappropriate tool for this task since relativel low current
>flow will have the ligh shining brightly. Substituting an old sealed beam
>headlamp will work very well.
>All the same, to reduce diagnostic time, isolating circuit branches will
>narrow the area and result in a more timely diagnotic process.....
>OK, bowser... insert your ritual grunting here....
why would it have low current
please show me the math
i will even give u the formula
FAIL ford electrical