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Join Date: May 2012
Location: Plymouth MA
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Actually Ghen, it's very easy.
1. Simply remove the bulb
2. Set your Volt/Ohm meter to DC volts (20vdc or thereabouts)
3. Turn your car's light switch on (parking works)
4. Place the red meter lead on the center contact in the light socket (Positive/Hot)
5. Place the black lead on the socket's side (Negative/Ground)
6. Read the results - You should see a value of 11.5 - 13.0vdc; any reading will prove that there is continuity.

Note: Try not to touch the leads together; you'll end up blowing a fuse/relay. Good luck!
1984 944 NA, constant tinkering
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