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Say you need to power something up while you’re at the salvage yard. Here’s a quick easy way to do that with a power tool battery, some wires, and some safety pins. With this set up you can add power to any electric motor to test it’s operation or to move a power window like I did in this video.

If you’re not familiar with Pull-A-Part, they’re a self service salvage company in the US. They have 25 yards in 12 states. I’m not just saying this, but they’ve become my favorite place to go for salvage parts. I suggest you check them out.

 

To make it easy, here’s a link to their website: http://www.pullapart.com

Camera: Erik Tande

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