a voice of reason :notworthy81Bronk36 said:How about bringing one of your other 40 threads back to the top and ask these simple questions, or just start one single one with "help Colinlesser" as the title and keep updating it.
In my professional opinion you now have all the advice you need.colinlesser said:anyone?
colinlesser said:so instead of telling me to get a volt meter why dont you help me figure out where it attaches
:histerica That's some funny $h!t right there, mainly because everyone else is thinking the same thing.81Bronk36 said:Read the directions that it came with. Or I have a better idea.... take the Ammeter back and get a volts gauge, they are much much simpler to hook up, I can tell you what the one wire goes to on a volts gauge... anywhere that has power when you turn the key on.
How about bringing one of your other 40 threads back to the top and ask these simple questions, or just start one single one with "help Colinlesser" as the title and keep updating it.
OMG you now became the first person to get owned by Steve, congradulations:histericaSteve83 said:A) There are 2 types of ammeter: series (full-current) & parallel (shunted/solid-state). I don't know which kind you've got, & I suspect you don't either, so I'm not going to try to guess.
B) There are an infinite number of ways to install an ammeter, depending on which circuit you want to measure & what you expect the gauge to tell you about that circuit. But you probably don't know either of those things, either, so I'm not going to try to list all the ways & considerations of installing it.
C) If you don't have $7 to buy a new voltmeter, and you haven't installed the voltmeter you already had, and you don't know how to hook up an ammeter, WHY did you buy an ammeter?
Do you see how irrational you are? That's probably why no one is interested in helping you. Hell - look at this thread: titled "voltage meter" and you only want to know about an AMP meter!
That, and you post too many threads that could be combined. Stop jumping all over the place - FINISH one project by LEARNING about it, and once you understand it, move on to ONE new one.
I know, hes just so damn hard headed.stangmata50l said:I told him, in plain English. He already got his answer.
Why?????colinlesser said:the reason i want a ampmeter is to check my cranking amps as they go
colinlesser said:so **** you old yeller!, and you wonder why eeveryone thinks your a asshole