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Old 08-05-2012, 11:06 PM
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Really I bought the cables but it's testing fine I'm gonna try and test the ignition tomorrow but I think u may b right cuz I know it doesn't take but one thread of copper to make my muiltimeter go off but it may not have enough to hit the starter
Yep, everything will seem and test perfectly. Lights, radio, everything, but it will not turn over.

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Old 08-06-2012, 02:19 AM
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Volts what ever, what is the amperage draw?
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I'd like to say I know but I have a 20 $ multimeter and I'm pretty sure I'd blow the thing up trying to test I'm pretty sure the meter only goes up to 2A Max
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And does anyone know where I can get a positive cable long enough for my c3 all the ones I've found are only 45 inches at the longest or am I gonna have to make one ?
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use a welding cable,way better
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And does anyone know where I can get a positive cable long enough for my c3 all the ones I've found are only 45 inches at the longest or am I gonna have to make one ?
Where are you looking? Autozone has a ton of them
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Autozone the longest I found is 45 inches
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