Which Unit Can You Use to Measure Electrical Current in Your Cars Battery?

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Ampere is the name of the unit used to measure electrical current in your car's battery. The symbol used for this unit is 'A.' For example, 1000 mA is equal to 1000 milliamperes.
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In my experience, one would measure the electrical current running from your car's battery in the unit of amps. Amps are used to measure all types of electrical currents.
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