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Originally Posted by notMyScreenName View Post
Good work. Did you test the fuel with the jumper or with the key (using the jumper tells you the pump us working and the fuel line isn't plugged up but the DME relay could still be bad. But if necessary that can be tested later.)?

You can just lean the plug's threads up against pretty much any convenient clean metal on the engine and it should work work OK. If you have an ohm meter you can check the resistance between the spot you intend to ground the plug to and the negative on the battery - it should be well less than 1 ohm. But for safety don't put it near an open plug hole - or I like to just leave all the plugs in, pull of a plug wire and use a spare plug for the test.
notMyScreenName, I have never done a jump before on the relays bcause of the inconvenient location of them in 1984 years (its all located under the steering wheel). Is there a link that can help me figure out how to test the relays and even figure out which one is which
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