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Old 27-12-2011, 10:02 PM
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Fuel pump testing with current clamp. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEdMhfbw69M
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If you want to make some fuse jumpers, i make them by using some fuse testers and make them into loops as in the photo.

Cut them down to about 4" and solder together put on some heat shink first.

you can see here there are two, one for the very small fuses and one for the next size up.



Here you can see the heat shink over the solder joint.


In this photo you can see there is a place for a fuse, so you can use the same fuse as you took out as long as it is ok, the good thing here is that my jumper still has a fuse of the same type as fitted before.

You can now test and thing you want on a lab scope using the home made loop and current to volts probe .

The fuse adaptor lead sets canbe got from Maplin, code N50CY big and N51CY small.
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