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 …

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  1. MCS 33rd street.

    Can you test a relay with power probe 3 if you can do a video using that that would be great

  2. Tyee Cambrón

    i have a volkswagon relay that came off a power wheels. the relay numbers are different. this relay is volkswagon – siemens – 5wk 1636

  3. Lucas Borntreger

    Is it possible that in the process of removing/installing these relays I may have bumped one and made it suddenly work?

  4. looncraz

    I prefer to test 12V relays with a standard 9V battery – that way if they are weak they won't trigger properly and you know to replace it.

  5. North Perth Auto Repairs

    all about relays. this is very interesting and easy to understand. 🙂 highly recommended video

  6. Nih Jack

    nice little video, and to the dude that said you are stupid, he doesn't realize you are testing the continuity on the open connection. I guess he doesn't realize how a relay works.

  7. Lisa Curry

    I LIKE THE VIDEO BUT IT WOULD BE NICER IF THE CAMERA WAS CLOSER SO YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE THE PARTS YOU TOUCHING… 🙂

  8. SnookmanLJ

    Awesome video dude, extremely helpful.

  9. Kyrk Nordfjeld

    my headlight relay is a Denso 056700-9160. I cant clamp anything to it to test it. The prongs are some what encased. Should I use the wire wrap method?

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