|Manufacturer||SG Tool Aid|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 11.43 x 3.18 cm; 4.54 Grams|
|Item Model Number||23500|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||23500|
|Item Weight||4.54 g|
SG Tool Aid 23500 Back Probe Kit
|Price:||+ $8.28 Delivery|
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- Color identified Back Probes for use on harness connectors, fuel injectors and automotive sensors
- Stainless steel, straight, 45 and 90 degree probes in .027" and .040" diameters
- Insulated body for testing up to 30 volts
- 12" extension leads quickly plug in to permit testing in recessed areas, compatible with standard 4mm plug
- Probes easily insert into automotive connectors
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- Color coded (example, red for power and black for ground, blue for signal)
- Comes with different angled probes
- Can be used for front or back in connectors.
- Affordable price
- The probes at the end are not able to be used with an a multimeter. They will not plug in so the long wires it comes with the opposite end of the alligator clip plugs into the probe and the alligator cam be attached to the leads of the multimeter. It's quite an operation testing something because of the setup but this set is more for the universal stand point because every multimeter is different. (Something to note, this MAY add more resistance so account for that during testing)
- These are fairly flimsy and construction is on the cheaper side but if you think about it. The thicker the probes then less likely they are getting into the connector so they have to be thin.
For a few dollars less, it would have received a 5th star.