in a car relay you would do the same thing as a regular relay except in a car.
no but if ur tlkin bout the scientific part den nooo!
what are advantages and disadvantages of cars?
for people to use at work and going anywhere they like
well for two couples they must have two cars if they work separtly and if u live in the house they have 3 or more
once you break the plug it will never work again
There are about 8 to 12 or more relays on most cars, headlights, starter, FI relays, HVAC, and more, but most relays are usually in the underhood power distribution box.
I would need to know what kind of car you have some cars have separate fuses and relays for both sides
A: Relays are nothing but an inductance load to electronics circuit but they do provide isolation to the outside world
All my fuses and relays work. My horn and cruise control do not work. Also my airbag light is flashing. Could it be the clock spring and if so How do I change it out.
Relays usually go out all at once, but I have seen changes in weather such as humidity cause a relay to work intermittently.
check fuses or relays
I'm not sure about all of the relays, but that is where the cigarette fuse is, if your cell charger won't work it is probably the fuse located in the trunk.
They are used in lamps, heaters, automatic door locking, starters of motor cars, the electric bell, etc.
the energy that cars get is from the fuel
=cars work by using a special power but not the same as house power or anything like that=
How do the cars solar collectors work together with the batteries?
Yes. In fact, induction motor 'starters' work using normally-open relays, controlled by low-current control circuits -although we call these heavy-duty relays 'contactors'.