Electrical Circuit Tester
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AutoCraft Electrical Circuit Tester

Part No. 86592 Warranty Details  

Fit of this part varies by vehicle & equipment specs Type of Fit

Autocraft offers a comprehensive line of Electrical Multi-Testers for almost any automotive repair. All our Electrical Multi-Testers are constructed of high-quality materials for long-lasting durability.

Product Features:
  • Available in many different styles, including continuity and circuit testers
  • Testers light up and/or buzz to indicate testing result
  • Durably designed for a long service life
  • Also suitable for a broad range of household, industrial and commercial uses
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DC Voltage Range:6, 12 and 24 v
Material:Plastic/Metal
Requires Batteries:No Battery Required

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1.0

Circuit Tester

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from Clovis, NM

About Me Casual Driver

Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Car

      Comments about AutoCraft Electrical Circuit Tester:

      The unit only worked for 1 test and then bulb failed.

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      2.0

      Looks nice, did not work

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      from Greenville, NC

      About Me Mechanic

      Verified Buyer
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      Pros

      • Looks nice

      Cons

      • Not Functional

      Best Uses

      • Car
      • Truck

      Comments about AutoCraft Electrical Circuit Tester:

      On the very first test on a known 12vdc source, the tool failed to work.
      Checking with an ohm meter, it was determined that the lamp inside was not functional. I then went to purchase a replacement lamp and repair the tool before I could use it. A little testing on the part of the manufacturer and quality control might have avoided it. The lamp was visibly defective. (Glass envelope askew on the bayonet base.)

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      • Q:

        where can i buy the light bulb for this item
        Asked on 10/5/2014 by mike

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          A:

          Hi Mike, I'm glad to help you! We do not offer the replacement bulb for the #86592. This is a 24 volt, 3 watt bulb (#1083). This is not sold on AdvanceAutoParts.com. I recommend checking with your local store for availability.

          Answered on 10/6/2014 by Solomon
      • Q:

        I lost the instructions for this tool that I have, do you have any instructions as to where the clip goes? Thanks for your help.
        Asked on 4/19/2012 by Anonymous

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          A:

          You need to place one probe of the tester to the circuit on the hot pole or the positive pole and the other probe of the tester is inserted in the neutral or ground place. You need to see the display of the tester you are using to see the amount of voltage present there. The amount of voltage that you get on the tester depends on the type of outlet that is being used here and the reason you are using the circuit tester for. Using the tester here may help you the find the any electrical shortage or the leakage in case you are unable to get the required voltage in the outlet you want to use. After you are done using the tester, you must remove the probes of the circuit tester gently from the outlet because if you pull the probes of the tester too hard and harshly, they would get stick in there and may damage a connector that is inside that outlet. You can use the tester to check on the exposed out circuits, for instance, the circuit that is found under the hood of your very car to help you check it for any error or you can use the circuit tester to check if the right amount of electricity is reaching to the junction boxes. You can use the testers for other electrical usage as well. When you are handling the circuit tester, it is always advised to hold and use the tester from the parts where it is insulated. If you hold the probes of the testers directly, you will surely get an electric shock or can cause an electric short circuit.

          Answered on 4/21/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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