FAQ | Feb 14,2023
There are a few ways to bypass a battery current sensor. One way is to use a resistor in place of the sensor. This will trick the system into thinking that there is no current draw and will allow the circuit to operate as normal. Another way is to use a transistor to switch the current around the sensor. This will allow the current to bypass the sensor completely and will not trigger the system.
First, you need to find the battery current sensor. It is usually located near the battery, either under the hood or in the trunk.
Then, you need to disconnect the negative terminal of the battery.
Next, you need to locate the two wires that go to the battery current sensor. One wire will be black, and the other will be white.
Then, you need to use a wire cutter to cut the black wire.
After that, you need to use a wire stripper to remove about ½ inch of the insulation from the end of the black wire.
Then, you need to twist the end of the black wire around the end of the white wire.
After that, you need to use a wire connector to connect the two wires together.
Finally, you need to reconnect the negative terminal of the battery.
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