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How to Diagnose and Repair Automotive Electrical Systems (Motorbooks Workshop) Paperback – November 10, 2005
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Tracy Martin writes for Motorcycle Consumer News, RoadBike, Friction Zone, PowerSports, and Dealer News magazines. He is the author of six books, including the Motorbooks titles How to Diagnose and Repair Automotive Electrical Systems (2005), Motorcycle Electrical Systems: Troubleshooting and Repair (2007), How to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems (2012), and How to Troubleshoot, Repair, and Modify Motorcycle Electrical Systems (2014). Tracy lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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I have been a ham radio operator for decades. Been mechanicking for more decades (since I was 13, when my uncles insisted I learn or go stay with 'the women' - what a no-brainer! Learn interesting stuff or not!) BUT.... I've always had a problem fixing automative electrical glitches. Just could not figure out how to isolate the problem area so I could fix it. This required waiting on some man to get a round tuit. An exercise in patience & frustration! Not for this grandma to do.
Enter this book. I've had a problem with the right rear light on an 83 Chevy pickup for awhile. Bad ground/socket/broken wire? Couldn't fix it.. Until now. I was up to running new wire from one end of the pickup to the other. With this book, I found the problem & fixed the darned thing. Then to attack the gauges. I put in a set that worked fine in an 81 Chevy.. but wouldn't work here. Bad fuse? No. Then what? Now I know. As soon as the temperature in the great open-air garage rises to 'tolerable', I'll fix them. Look out world, here I come! With working tail lights & gauges. Waaay cool! Wopila tanka, Tracy / Strong thanks, Tracy!