Lisle 69300 Master Relay and Fused Circuit Test KitLisle Model: lisn69300
Product Features & specs :
Lisle 69300 Master Relay and Fused Circuit Test Kit
- Includes 8 Jumpers to fit most popular relays
- Includes Test Lead Kit for easily and securely connecting Relay Test Jumpers to a multimeter
- Terminal Leads with switch, fuse and power options provide easy access to check current or voltage on many fuses and relays used on vehicles today
- Also allows testing of relay configurations not covered by our eight Relay Test Jumpers, Like Volkswagen, BMW and other European vehicles
- Master Relay and Fused Circuit Test Kit - 69300
This set comes with 8 relay "break-out" boxes, a number of test wires with various connector ends, a set of test leads (with inline accessories), a pair of meter probe-to-banana plug converters, a pair of relay pliers, and a carrying case.
The break-out boxes cover a range of car and truck makes, so if you tend to stick to one car maker, most of them won't be useful. This makes this kit more useful for someone who works on more than one make of vehicle.
The break-out boxes allow you to connect to the leads of a relay with, or without, the relay in place in the circuit. This allows you to test the relay and the connected circuit separately. The exposed terminals are numbered, but it can be hard to see these, especially when installed. You must ensure that you insert the box correctly in the relay socket. I found it useful to use a marker to label each male connector, near the bottom of the box, with the pin number that it connects to. It would be nice if this was already done for you using contrasting colors.
The wire set allows you to connect to fuse and/or relay connection points without using the break-out boxes. This makes it possible to test vehicles not covered by the break-out boxes. A couple of these fit the exposed terminals on the break-out boxes. This allows you to connect the terminals of a relay (or socket) to other points for testing.
The test leads allow you to connect to different types of meters and to the test wires (and thus the break-out boxes). Most of them use banana jacks/plugs. These allow you to force a relay terminal to positive or ground during testing through a fused connection. I would also suggest watching Lisle's video for this kit: www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXd7J6Kh5hg
I found the relay pliers to be very handy. They are much better than trying to pull some of these relays by hand. They can also be used to pull some types of fuses if used carefully.
The carrying case is well-made and holds everything, although it is a bit of a tight fit for all the cables included. There is not much spare space in the case.
1 year ago
Lisle Corporation will warranty all products due to defects in materials and workmanship. Warranty will not be issue for abused or misused products.