Electrical Articles

How to Hook Up a Sears Engine Analyzer

Cars rely on a basic electrical system to start and run. This system is powered by a 12-volt battery and an alternator. If a battery or alternator ...

How to Test a Flasher Relay

Emergency flashers are essential safety features in our cars or trucks. Flashers, or hazard lights, are controlled by a flasher relay, an plug-in ...

Signs That a Starter Has Gone Bad on a Ford

When your Ford won't turn over and crank, you may be having starter problems. However, there are a number of other problems that will prevent ...

How to Sell Used Car Batteries

Owners of used car batteries may be able to find buyers for them, especially if they are still working. Options for selling a car battery include ...

How to Reset a Suzuki Vitara Computer with a Battery Cable Disconnection

The Suzuki version of the Chevy Tracker, the Vitara was sold in the North American market in Latin American countries. Because the vehicle features ...

How to Test a GM Knock Sensor

The knock sensor on your GM engine is designed to sense detonation in the engine that causes a knocking noise from an improper air/fuel/spark ratio. ...

The Disadvantages of a Dry Cell

A dry cell battery is the most common type of battery on the market. Dry cells are sealed closed, and they're made up of stacks of metal plates ...

How to Wire a 36-Volt Golf Cart

Typical golf carts run off powerful electric motors supplied by multiple batteries that connect to each other in series, or sometimes in parallel, ...

How Does the Hybrid Car Work?

A hybrid car works is found in that it has two cooperative drive systems. All hybrid electric cars have an internal combustion engine, just as a ...