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Old 11-03-2013, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
Got a multimeter? Switch it to "continuity" (the ohm-meter setting with the little sound icon) and start testing lengths of the wiring to see if you can pinpoint a break. A good number of times you can narrow down the problem without even having to break into the gearbox.
I don't believe I do, unfortunately. I'll look around for one. If I'm not mistaken, the multimeter would pick up where the electric flow stops in the wire, therefore pinpointing where, if anywhere, if there is an wiring problem?

It could also be the motor or the motor connectors. How do I diagnose that?
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