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    how bench test vts module

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    i have a bunch of them and need to go through and see what is good and what is not i want to hook up my jumper box to each and run it in and out tring to look it up to see what wires i need to be connected to and to jumper to run it

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    Re: how bench test vts module

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    Re: how bench test vts module

    I don't want to have to ohm out every wire I would like to hook up 12 v and test it that way
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    Re: how bench test vts module

    Well, you can figure out the wiring from his link or a schematic. But I'll help you out.

    Red/Purple/White to 7.5 amp fuse then to +
    Black To -
    Purple/White to 15 amp fuse then to +

    Green/white bridged to black = down
    Blue/white bridged to black = Up

    Brown/black and Brown/White to VTS gauge

    Blue/orange and Green/Orange to VTS motor

    If I was setting up a rig for testing, I would use Reset-able fuses, a current limiting power supply or an automotive 12 volt headlight bulb in line with one of the power wires as a current limiting device.
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