Monday, 6 April 2015

How A Car Electrical System Works? PART 2

Vehicles Electrical System


Step 19 - The ignition switch is what controls the electrical system within a locking mechanism that utilizes a key for safety. This key possess a frequency chip as an added theft deterrent.

Ignition Switch
Step 20 - An information control center is used for interior controls such cell phone, GPS and audio system adjustments.

Information Control Center
Step 21 - Electronic climate controls enable the driver and passengers to adjust temperature in a particular section of the vehicle such as engaging the air conditioner.

Climate Control Center

Step 22
 - The instrument cluster is used to monitor engine and others system via gauges and warning lights.
Instrument Cluster
Step 23 - There and many switches that are used to control various items such as door locks and headlights. These switches are user controlled and can be overridden by the main computer.

Door Lock Switch
Step 24 - Interior lighting controls are automatically illuminated by the computer, they can also be controlled by the driver.

Interior Lighting

Step 25 - The lighting system is used to illuminate the vehicle for safety and convenience. The rear lights include, tail, brake, reverse and license plate bulbs.

Rear Lights
Step 26 - The front of a vehicle is designed with headlights, front running, side marker and blinker bulbs.

Front Lights
Step 27 - Designed as an electrical storage devise the automotive battery is responsible for delivering electrical power when the engine is not in operation. All batteries possess a negative (ground) and positive (power) attribute of and electrical element.

Automotive Battery

Step 28
 - The negative side of thebattery is connected to the body, and engine block of the vehicle which acts as a connector for the positive battery power completing the electrical circuit.
Negative Ground Circuit Connections

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