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    Posted: Oct/12/2019 at 10:41am
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yes its a lot like a snap on one you can feed 12 to your circuit for testing great trouble shooting for lights and pumps
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I've got one of the Power Probe IIs.  It's an incredibly useful tool when working on automotive electronics.

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I prefer a DVM (digital voltmeter). I oftem see ads from Harbor Fright offering them for free if you buy other stuff from them. 
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https://www.autobodytoolmart.com//power-probe-master-combo-kit-ppkit03-p-35588.aspx?gclid=Cj0KCQjw3JXtBRC8ARIsAEBHg4nMcedeyxDyybTEaW5V2tdKWE3BfUHkncTEQ8sXTFjVynVhXMA9R0saAl0EEALw_wcB

My buddy has this one and I use it all the time.  I need to buy my own, it makes troubleshooting electrical problems very simple. Andy
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Thanks everyone for the feedback. Andy that IS the Ultimate kit! but I'm on a tight budget.  I decided to go with this for $60 incl shipping.

https://www.jbtools.com/power-probe-pp3csblk-automotive-circuit-tester-diagnostic-power-probe-iii/


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