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Soldering wires to 12 V car plugs?

Ok, just wired one exactly like yours. Solder your positive wire to the same solder point where the resistor is soldered to the center square plate. Solder your negative wire to to the solder point ...
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How much current should a car draw from a battery when it is off?

Most likely a 194 bulb is staying on. 194 bulbs draw about .5 amps.
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Can I wire these automotive Peltier heating/cooling devices as on/off without a temperature controller?

way late to the party here - but didn't see an answer to the wiring on potentiometer - did you ever get it figured out? I'm doing same/similar swap - 2014 MKS 14 way w/TED into an '02 4Runner. Best ...
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How do cars know the position of the side windows?

Anti Pinch is now required on all vehicle power windows in North America and many other countries. Check this Federal Register link for some of the requirements in the US: https://www.federalregister....
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How do cars know the position of the side windows?

Car windows with features like auto up/down or remote open on modern cars tend to have rotary encoders, off board controllers like a bcm or a module in the door switch panel). The more expensive the ...
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Basic question about radar

As @DKNguyen pointed out in the comment, use of Spread Spectrum Technology and this, Gold and Walsh-Hadamard sequences. If I remember well, sub-modulation (PRBS of some kind) can be "inserted&...
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Automotive electronic circuit design: voltage divider to uC ADC pin

If you are willing to swap the "high input" vs. "grounded input" output signal levels (in other words, a +5V output signifies a grounded input, and a 0V output means battery ...
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Searching for a latching relay that can operate off 1 switch that may stay on at times

This circuit should satisfy your requirement. The following would be required: A single-coil magnetic latch relay that changes state and retains it with alternate pulses of reverse polarity. An ...
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Searching for a latching relay that can operate off 1 switch that may stay on at times

coil/relay is open, applying power to trigger closes coil(power may continue to stay on), removing power leaves coil in last state, Next time power is applied coil opens, repeat cycle. You can use an ...
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