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Troubleshooting an Auto Electrical Short

by Chuck Orlandi; Updated September 18, 2017

If a car has an electrical short, it is either due to a battery that has gone dead overnight, or a blown fuse. Find out ways to identify the source of a blown fuse, such as a wire touching the frame of a car, with help from an ASE-certified technician in this free video on troubleshooting car problems.

About the Author

Chuck Orlandi is an ASE-certified technician who is experienced in all types of automotive service.

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