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Username Post: Electrical check        (Topic#356821)
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06-14-19 02:00 PM - Post#2768463    

Got the 60 Impala wired according to manuals and hopefully all is correct! I'm afraid to power up with a 535amp battery in case there's a problem. I have a small 12 volt power pack that puts out 12v and 1 amp. I thought I'd power the system with this unit and check for 12volts in all the right places! Sound reasonable? Any suggestions about another method? Thanks Bill


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06-14-19 02:09 PM - Post#2768464    
    In response to Bilbob

I had the exact same question and here's the suggestion that I used even though my wiring was all new from AAW and it worked great but as noted you can't check the starter. Lamar

Edited by PLS on 06-14-19 02:12 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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06-17-19 04:23 AM - Post#2768627    
    In response to Bilbob

That should work fine. I always use a battery charger set to a 2 amp charge. Just enough to check out the wiring but not enough to fry anything.


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