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Old 10-03-2010, 04:29 AM   #11
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Close, you actually have it backwards though. 0 ohms means almost no resistance, meaning a good conductive wire. Infinite ohms (often represented with a "1" at the beginning of the display on a digital multimeter) means that the 2 reference points are not connected to each other electrically
Your right. It was late at night when I wrote that. Fighting a little insomnia.

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Well i have already opened it and everything looked fine. A buddy of mine told me that is a common problem with the brake lights.
Visual inspection alone may not locate the bad connections. You need to check the connections with a multimeter. Having to shake the box is classic symptoms of a bad connection somewhere.
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