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I seen your post in the PPV section I would look at a Test light easier to use for now, If you have a little money and want to get a decent tool look into a Power probe type tool.Hi, I posted this in SSV forum trying to see how to manage this mess of wires. One way is to cut them. Trouble is I'm concerned if I cut any of those wires could be bad. Can anyone provide steps on how to use a multimeter for this issue so I can go ahead cutting back these wires.
What is a good ground?Generally larger red wires are power. put probe on wire, other probe on a good ground and see if there is voltage. Might be a smaller auxillary fuse box underhood somewhere..
Do you have power in cargo area? Some grounding terminals on the sides? I'm curious because I'm planning to run power to the cargo area. If you find an extra fusebox or other electrical goods you don't want.. I might want to buy it from you..
Here is some 2012 SSV info..
Your wiring on page 104-111
I like this idea. So it doesn’t matter whether a wire is live or not if you cut it, just that the power is off?Assuming that you don't need any of those wires for anything else, i would disconnect the battery and cut back all of it and shrink wrap the ends individually, so that they don't accidentally make contact with metal or other bare wires.