In this month’s post, Todd from New Jersey provides a tip that combines several of our favorite topics: having a plan when conducting electrical system diagnostics, the importance of good grounds and using voltage drop as a key diagnostic tool. In this instance, he used these methods and more to identify the cause of constantly running wipers on a Mazda Tribute. This one could definitely save you some time and hassle down the road:
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