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Hi Mary, I don't understand your meter readings. When you have it set for ohms, it is supposed to read ohms, and you touch the two probe wires of the meter together it should read 0 ohms. You are "shorting"
Why are we dealing with the HCM? Did you replace the fusible link and is that problem with it shorting out no longer an issue? If that is not solved, then focus on that by doing what I suggested in the
Hi Mary, Let's focus on the short that blew the fusible link. What you easily can do is measure the resistance between the dark green/black wire located on the spark coil and the - post clamp at the battery
Hi Mary, I don't have the instructions for the multi-meter so I can't be certain what it was measuring. What does it say VQMA setting means? What does it say 2000Q means? If those are resistance readings
Hi Mary, Ok, I understand. The vacuum check valve being backward would not blow the fusible link, so that is why I want you to be sure that the current going thru the ASD relay will not blow it again