Automotive Electrical Handbook
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One of Jim Horner's books. Whether it's a restoration project, street rod, race car or kit car, don't be intimidated - wire it yourself with this book. Learn about basic electrical theory, how various electrical components work and drawing circuit diagrams. Choose the right components, build your own wiring harness and install them. Step-by-step details inlcude 6-12 volt conversions, restoring antique systems and building trailer and race car systems. 159 pages.
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- By Tony Candela
- 144 pages
- Photos: 350 color
- Sold individually
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