FAQ | Mar 13,2023
The Dorman 601-255 is a battery current sensor that is designed to measure the current flowing in and out of a vehicle’s battery. It is an aftermarket part that can replace the original sensor in certain vehicles. The sensor measures the amount of current that is being drawn from the battery and sends this information to the vehicle’s computer system, which uses it to determine the state of the battery and to control the charging system.
The sensor is typically located near the battery and is connected to the battery positive and negative terminals. It is made up of a shunt resistor and a Hall-effect sensor, which work together to measure the current flowing through the battery. The sensor is calibrated to provide accurate measurements of the battery’s current over a range of conditions, including temperature and load.
The Dorman 601-255 is a high-quality replacement part that is designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications. It is compatible with a range of vehicles and is easy to install with basic hand tools. If you’re experiencing battery-related issues in your vehicle, such as low voltage or charging problems, the Dorman 601-255 may be a good solution to consider. However, it’s always important to consult with a qualified mechanic or technician before making any changes to your vehicle’s electrical system.
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