CDM7 Series Moulded Case Circuit Breakers

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Q:Can a voltage multiplier (such as a cascade multiplier) be built with easily obtained electronics components?
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Q:finding a short in my 98 mustang?
it would be rather hard with a multimeter because many components may add resistance that will potentially confuse the multimeter into thinking there is a closed circuit I would remove the negative battery wire, and install a 12 volt light bulb between the negative terminal and the negative wire. If it lights up then go through the fuses like before
Q:i have a fuse slot that is not working which killed my mass air flow sensor. Does this mean the wires going to?
Put a fuse that is correctly rated for that slot. Turn the ignition on (engine off) and see if the fuse pops. Right now you may have a short in that system. You need to recreate the situation that popped the fuse in the first place. The only way for wiring to go bad is to draw to many amps through the wires that will in turn, melt the wires. The fuse box is there to protect the vital components of the car. If the mass air flow sensor is not working, the car will not stay running. It will start, but not stay running.
Q:How do I know if my ECU is bad? It blows ECU fuse the second I turn on ignition.?
Sound like you know way too much to be on here! Your on the right track. Trace the wire and you will probably find a short. The easiest thing to do since you have the schematic is to just go straight to the ECM and overlay the wire. This way you don't have to take the whole harness apart. If it fixes your problem then make a permanent connection and zip tie or tape the wire over the factory harness. Unless you just HAVE to know where the wire is bad. But that could take awhile.
Q:2000 mercedes ml320 power seats dont work?
Since you say it applies to both seats, the fault is most probably in a component common for both seat circuits. That would be the relay k1 (looking in the direction of travel it will be on the left side, top, close to row of fuses above it) in the right front footwell relay/fuse box. I presume you also have checked already the fuses f30 and f31 - they supply the power to both seat modules, there are orange (quite thick) wires coming from the fuse box to each seat. Please check if the seat modules are getting power. The other possibility is lack of seat activation signal (it comes from the AAM (All Activity Module) in the front left fuse box, via grey wire and it simply enables the seat by activating the relay k1. might want to try if applying battery power there (gray wire, connector 1, pin L) of the front footwell fusebox will make the seats work. Funny thing i was working on similar problem on W164 ML couple of days ago.The thing cooked down to faulty front module that did not supply the seat activation signal anymore.
Q:I have a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse, why won't the A/C compressor will not shut off?
did they replace the relay? if not you might want to think about replacing the compressor.
Q:Blown fuses (subs?) amp in protect mode now? Helppp?
you probably blew your subs, or fried the amp
Q:My headlights in my 1987 Nissan Pickup keep burning out. I've checked all my fuses and they are good any idea?
Fuses save circuits from shorts, if the bulbs are blowing out as opposed to the fuse or circuit breaker interrupting the power, then you may have a voltage regulator problem. Put a voltmeter across the headlight socket rev the engine, it should go no higher than 13.4 volts. If it does you need a voltage regulator. If not, check the ground connection. Good luck!
Q:why dose this fuse keep blowing in my car?
Sounds like you have a bad ground wire in that harness. A bag ground requires more positive power draw (through the fuse and electrical componet) to jump the bad connection on the other ground side. It will only get worse as the jump sparking increases on the grounding side of the component. You need someone to go through and OHM out all of your ground connections in that area.
Q:Electrical Problem(s) 2001 Honda Prelude Base?
The sensitive electronic components are likely protected by diodes so you'll need to look and check closely to all related fuses as indicate in the fuses/relay boxes: The under hood box: Fuse # 31 (30A), # 32 (100A), # 33 (50A), # 34 (40A), # 35 (40A), # 36 (50A), # 42 (20A) The under dash box: Fuse # 14 (15A): This is the PCM fuse. Check those fuses, make sure they are good, if in doubt you can buy a DVOM (Digital Volt Ohm Meter) from any auto part store and it's less than $35 to ensure testing the fuses the right way. Good luck to you, there is a fuse you've missed some where. If you need all five wiring diagrams for the Power distributor systems for the car or the FSM. Send an E mail with you E mail address and I'll send it to you. The files are too large to send through YA forum. HTH Edit: One of the five wiring diagrams

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