How to Check Fuses?

Answer The purpose of a fuse is to stop higher than normal current from flowing on a circuit. A fuse is designed to protect equipment from getting damage and from overheating, and potentially causing a fi... Read More »

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How to Check for Bad Fuses?

Over the course of car ownership you may encounter a blown fuse. A fuse protects the electrical circuits in your vehicle from short circuits or overloads by creating a weak link in the circuit. If ... Read More »

How to Check Fuses Using an Ohmmeter?

Either a fuse is good or it is bad; there is no middle ground. If electricity can flow from one of the fuse's contacts to the other contact, then the fuse is good. This is called electrical continu... Read More »

How to Check Fuses for a 2000 Chevy Malibu?

Always check your fuses first. If part of your car stops working, the first step is to check your fuses. A new windshield wiper motor can cost over $50, while a fuse can cost less than $2. It is fa... Read More »

How to Check the Fuses for a Dashboard in a 2000 Honda Civic?

The 2000 Honda Civic requires several fuses for dashboard instruments such as the radio, the air conditioning unit and the instrument cluster. These fuses are contained in two different fuse boxes:... Read More »