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Testing a car relay involves the use of a 12-volt source, such as a car battery, and a multimeter that is capable of reading resistance. Find out how to listen for clicks and tones that indicate a functioning relay with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repairs and mechanics. Expert: JB Hebert Contact: www.wrxtra.com Bio: JB Hebert is a machinist, metal fabricator, and auto mechanic who has been fixing and modifying all things mechanical for over 20 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

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9 Responses to “Auto Repair & Mechanics : How to Test a Car Relay”

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  2. johncamara66 says:

    tannks

  3. pedrovelaz says:

    Hello i have a question would a bad relay or missed placed relay in a 89 cadillac make the car not want to start everything works the battery is charged though it was that wasnt then thought it was gas not that either messed with the relays days before this happend and now doesnt want to start let me know thank you

  4. kuljotak47 says:

    well it can’t be misplaced relay, because relay only goes in one way. It could be a bad relay. You might want to check on the reference thing to which relays are for starter and replace those. Relays are only like 3=4 bucks each so not that expensive.

  5. dan185z says:

    I a problem with my 2000 honda accord lx v-4. When i press the brakes my entire dashboard lights up?

  6. khonglap says:

    Request for videos if the won’t start ?. The battery is 12.5V and all connections.are clean. what is the next thing to do ?. Thanks

  7. Funraiser says:

    Many thanks!

  8. pbatemon says:

    lol i bet that must be funny

  9. munchende says:

    The central locking sysytem has a problem..does it mean that the relay is damaged if so how do i locate the relay the vehicle is a ford windstar 1996,and the knoba keeps going up and down till the battery is drained

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