Lisle’s 69300 Master Relay and
Fused Circuit Test Kit extends the functionality of a DMM, and turns all fuse
and relay boxes into test points.
The five pairs of terminal lead
wires with different-sized male and female spade ends and one set that has no
ends on it allow the technician to crimp on any style end that is needed. The
lead wires provide circuit access on many of the fuses used on vehicles today,
such as the Female-Pal, JK, LJK, Male-L-mini, Mini, ATO and Maxi.
Also allows testing of relay
configurations not covered by our eight Relay Test Jumpers, like Volkswagen, BMW
and other European vehicles.
The in-line switch gives the
ability to control the circuit on and off. Stacking banana connectors on the
switch allow technicians to connect a multimeter into the circuit to test the
voltage or current and also provides series break-in point to use multimeter
for current testing instead of a clamp on meter.
The inline ATO fuse holder
protects the meter being used and the circuit on the vehicle. Note: Use the
same size or smaller fuse than the circuit you are testing. An ATO circuit
breaker fuse can also be used to eliminate replacing fuses.
Two 3-1/2-ft. extension lead wires
can be used to move the switch away from the electrical panel or to the ground
when the vehicle is on a hoist. The circuit can be powered for testing by using
the vehicle’s normal power source for the circuit, or use the power lead
connected to the 12-volt positive side of the battery. The kit works without
The kit includes eight jumpers to
fit most popular relays, and a test lead kit for easily and securely connecting
relay test jumpers to a multimeter. The jumpers have tabs for clamping and flat
pads to place test leads on. Also includes test lead kit for easily and securely
connecting relay test jumpers to a multimeter.