Question about Plymouth Reliant
There is most likely a bad ground to the socket or from ground wire socket to grounding post or frame, check the continuity through ground wire by setting the voltmeter to ohm or the symbol icon that looks like a bell then touch the positive probe to the ground wire and the negative to a suitable ground like a nut or bolt head somewhere, the meter should read almost zero if it reads above 1 or 2 or if it is up to 5 the ground wiring needs to be repaired. .023-.06 is ok.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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