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Re: Cranking no start
Posted to Technical Discussion Forum on 1/19/2023 5 Replies

I have seen several cases where they put a nominal 5V signal on a circuit that doesn't really need it so they can check circuit integrity. It is across a very high resistance so that it doesn't interfere with circuit function when running.

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