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auto car navigation system checking fixture

When you buy a new car, you probably don’t think about the intricate details of the car’s electrical system. But if you do happen to purchase a car that doesn’t have a navigation system, be sure to check for a 

checking fixture. This little device is located in or near the car’s dashboard and is used to ensure that the car’s electrical system is working correctly. Without it, your car will not start and could even result in serious injury. If you are ever in doubt about whether or not your car has a checking fixture, be sure to ask the seller. They should be happy to help you out.

What is a Checking Fixture?

A checking fixture is a small, standardized piece of equipment used in the automotive industry to test and inspect components of a vehicle. Checking fixtures are used to check the accuracy of measurements taken during engine diagnostics, emissions testing, and other mechanical inspections.

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