Question about GMC Sierra 1500
There's a 1-800 number you can call to get support for your multimeter to set it to the x10 ohms scale, and to read the 12 volts.
This model wasn't listed on the site. Is this an older discontinued model?
At any rate they should be able to help you out.
I used to work for Radio Shack and we had auto ranging multimeters as well as the manually selectable range meters. I prefer auto ranging because the data is not ambiguous, it's right on the dot.
My brother used to use an Analog multimeter with a needle on it in the 1970s. It had a similar scale on it as your multimeter with multiples of x10 x100 x1000 etc. And, if you want to measure 12 volts, I would use the x1 direct setting which might be displayable on your digital display.
The ranging meters are a little bit trickier to use than the auto ranging ones where you don't have to think so much.
Good luck on learning how to use your Digital ranging multimeter!
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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