Question about 2009 Honda CR-V
No. If you can get to it you can test it. If the cord can be disconnected. you can check it with an ohm meter. The heater can be check the same way. If you get continuity it is still working. All you have to do is set the meter on ohms (lowest setting) take the leads and touch them to the cord first.Leaving it plugged into the heater. If you get continuity then the unit is till working. if not then test them separate and see which is bad. If they both test good then check the ends of the cord for corrosion. clean and reinstall, check again they should work
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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