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Old 06-26-2014, 03:00 PM
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if you have a meter check the voltage on the slots (assuming you have slots) sometimes when its loose or corroded you will see a weird voltage like 8 or 10 instead of battery voltage and it doesnt have enough of a connection to work
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if you have a meter check the voltage on the slots (assuming you have slots) sometimes when its loose or corroded you will see a weird voltage like 8 or 10 instead of battery voltage and it doesnt have enough of a connection to work
I have a volt meter, but where would I find the slots?
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slots in the ends of the fuses that give room for a meter lead without removal. alot of the oem ones have it
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