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Old 03-26-2020, 08:16 PM #31
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If you want to test the IAC for proper function, you can use this video.

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I am still working on testing my electrical. I tested the IAC and that tested fine.

I ended up having to take a break because of feeling frustrated with projects, the current state of things, and we finally had some nice weather; so pulled the splitboard back out and went into the backcountry with my wife.

I'll hopefully get the electrical tested today, if I can fix the broken lead on my multimeter (of course that would happen when I haven't used it in months).
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Update

Well, I have to wait a few days to check the electrical wiring. My multi-meter is broken and wasn't reading anything correctly. I have a new one ordered, but even with Amazon Prime it will take a few days.

None of the stores are open in our town to buy one because we are a hot spot for the virus.

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