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  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester shown next to Retail Packaging
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester shown testing a "hot" circuit in a vehicle fuse box
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester shown testing a "cold" circuit in a vehicle fuse box
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester shown attached to a typical ground point (bare metal door latch in door jamb)
  • Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester shown attached to a typical ground point (bare metal door latch in door jamb)

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Automotive Test Light | Simple 12-24v DC Circuit Tester

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Product Description

Use this simple automotive circuit tester to identify suitable power circuits when installing a dashcam in your vehicle. This easy to use tool allows you to determine exactly which fuses in your fuse box can be used as "constant hot" and "switched" fuse power sources.

All you need to do is attach the alligator-clip style connector on the end of the tester to a bare metal ground point in the vehicle, then you use the tip of the test light to probe the exposed contacts of the fuses in the fuse box. By alternating the ignition key from off to run and back, you can quickly and easily identify the different types (switched and hot) and locations of fuses in the fuse box. This is particularly useful when installing a product such as the BlackVue Power Magic Pro, or one our own Dashcam Installation Kits.

Circuit Tester Specifications:

  • Input Voltage: 6-24v DC
  • Cord Length: 54"

Basic Instructions for Use:

  1. Connect the spring-loaded clip to a bare-metal (not painted, very important) ground point
  2. Use the tip of the test light to lightly touch the metal posts of the fuses in the fuse box
  3. Alternate the ignition key from off to run (without actually starting the engine) in order to see if circuit state changes
  4. Install fuse taps (or other wiring) in appropriate locations identified above. Don't forget to also install your ground wire.

This item ships for FREE with any dashcam purchase.

Please Note: working with a vehicle's electrical system can be dangerous or deadly and should be left to a qualified professional only. If you are unfamiliar with vehicle electrical systems or are in any way hesitant to use a device like this circuit tester, please consult a professional in your area. We have a list of recommended dashcam installation shops or professionals near you for this very purpose.

The Dashcam Store™ does not make any representations, warranties or guarantees, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of these instructions. Users must be aware that updates and amendments will be made from time to time to these instructions. It is the user's responsibility to determine whether there have been any such updates or amendments. Neither The Dashcam Store™ nor any of its directors, officers, employees or agents shall be liable in contract, tort or in any other manner whatsoever to any person for any loss, damage, injury, liability, cost or expense of any nature, including without limitation incidental, special, direct or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use of these instructions or related products.

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