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Old 04-16-2009, 02:01 PM
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eha current measurement

how do you measure the current at the eha, I know you have to do it in series but my test leads are too big to fit in there. I know theres a special tool which I can buy but i would try to make it. Anyone have a picture of it?

nvm figured it out

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Old 04-16-2009, 06:45 PM
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if you can handle a soldering iron, then you need to build a jumper cable that has a male connector on one end and a female on on the other.

You would need to buy the correct mail and female plastic covers and the loose little pins.

Once you've constructed the jumper and demonstrated that it works to your satisfaction, cut one of it's leads and splice in a pair of banana jacks and voila, you have a very specialized and wholly useful current probe for your car.


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