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An important step in figuring out electrical problems is understanding the circuit design of the circuit you're trying to diagnose. Determining if the circuit is ground side or positive side switched is a good start when you don't have a wiring diagram handy. In this video ScannerDanner and I talk about how to determine if a circuit is ground side or positive side switched using basic electrical troubleshooting tools.

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Here's Part 2 of my HID fog light installation. I had to do quite a bit of modification to get this kit to work. If you'd like less work, I would suggest getting the fog light kit with amber lenses and not doing the HID. It would take a lot less time and effort. Still, I'm happy with the result and happy I made the extra effort for my Element. I will say that after having the lights for a few months there is a small amount of moisture in the lenses, probably due to them not being completely sealed. It doesn't seem to effect anything, but I think it's worth mentioning.(click read more for all the information on this video!)

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There was a lot of controversy over my HID headlight install video. The reason being is that I installed the HID kit into a regular halogen housing. The opponents to this wanted me to install the kit into projector beam housings. While this is a good idea and required by law in some places, the added expense priced me out of that market. (click read more for all the information on this video!)

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This video shows the process of the clock light bulb replacement on a 2001 Honda Odyssey. I know I messed up my dash a bit doing this job but my screw up can provide a valuable lesson for you. In short, don't be too hard on me for that. It is MY van after all. If you're interested in how I often fix issues like this, there is an extended version of this video available to Premium Members of my website.

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Every once in a while you run into a fuel gauge that just doesn't read correctly. When I run into this problem I usually go looking to the sending unit in the tank. I'll admit that it's not always effective but at least for me, the odds are good that's where I'll find the problem.