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Trace Down Circuits Before Replacing Liftgate Parts

Lower green cord is the “stinger” that carries power and a return ground line to trailer batteries that operate the liftgate. Connector cord should remain plugged in to keep a load on the line while its circuit is tested. Photo: Con-Way Freight

April 14, 2014

Proper methods of testing for voltage drop on the circuits that power trailer liftgates were discussed at TMC’s recent annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn. Senior Editor Tom Berg has more in his Trailer Talk blog.

Tags: Trailers, Idle Reduction, Technology & Maintenance Council, Purkey's Fleet Electric, Electrical System, Batteries

Author: Tom Berg | Posted @ Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00 AM | » Comments(0)

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