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Old 12-19-2005, 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Fast Orange
The Power Probe and a multimeter are a good start,but if you want to save a few bucks,instead of the PP,get a 12V test light and some jumper leads with alligator clips.Don't get me wrong-the PP is a great tool,but you can do much the same with a test light,and do it quicker.

George
I disagree with you Fast Orange, IMHO nothing beats the Power Probe, all you have is two hook ups positive and negative side of battery.Then in the palm of your hand you have power and ground by a push of a button and an second ground to power up motors and such, no way a test light and jumper leads can be as fast. I use my PP in place of my test light every time. I would also recommend the Fluke multi meter. Just my 2 cents

Steve
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