2 edition of Understanding the electrical system of the motor car. found in the catalog.
Understanding the electrical system of the motor car.
Philip Ronald Heaton
by Barrie & Rockliff
Written in English
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How car electrical systems work On most cars the negative battery terminal is earthed and the positive (+) one feeds the electrical system. This is called a negative earth system, and when buying an electrical accessory a radio, for example check that it is of a type suitable for your car's system.
Classic Car Automotive Electrical Systems - Part 1: Basic Automotive Electrical Theory. There's nothing difficult about electrical systems. The basic theory of electricity is simple and easily understood if you are just a little patient and curious. So, we're going to start off with a few definitions.
A car’s electrical system is a bit like your body’s circulatory system in that it has a battery (the heart) from which electricity (blood) flows along the wires (the blood vessels) to the parts that require it, before returning to the battery.
In fact, the analogy is closer still when. While this book doesn’t cover in-depth electrical troubleshooting or engine overhaul, it will give you a good head start in auto mechanics.
After reading it and with a little practical work, you should be able to perform basic mechanic repairs and understand a lot more about how your car works. People depend on electricity constantly, and when the power goes out in a storm or there's a tripped breaker or another problem in an electrical circuit, understanding the basic components of an electrical system can help you get things running again.
It's also important to know who is responsible for what portion of your electrical : Timothy Thiele.