> Electric problems can be very tricky and require
> you follow a specific sequence in diagnosing.
> Totally doable for a do it yourselfer but not if
> you are not patient and precise. So you will need
> to spend your time researching the problem and the
> procedure for diagnosis and repair. Its all on
> the internet with pictures and everything for most
> cars made within the last 20 years.
> Go online, google your make model and year and
> your problem. you might also add the 'DYI' and/or
> 'forums.' You will need to purchase a digital
> multimeter like this one
> You will of course have to learn how to use the
> multimeter but that is often covered in the
> instructions for diagnosis.
> Personally I like figuring shit out and learning
> new stuff so I do a lot of repair work on my cars.
> The most important thing in doing your own work
> is knowing when to STOP. Wasting your time is one
> thing but once you start messing things up you
> then have the cost of the original repair and
> diagnosis plus fixing what you broke plus eating
> humble pie when you bring into the repair shop and
> explain how you made a simple repair (to them)
> into a costly mistake and wasted your time doing
> PS Auto parts stores rent specialized equipment
> (not multimeters) if you end up having to pull the
> alternator or some other part that takes more than
> wrenches and screw dirvers...
> PPS You are right dont ever go to dealers unless
> your car is under warranty.
Are you fucking retarded? Nobody gives a fuck that you do your own work.
Did you even read the OP you dumb fuck? It asks for a place that doesn't charge an arm and a leg for electrical work. NOT some long story about nothing except that you do your own work.
You fucking idiot. THINK before you POST.