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Not going to lie, I have no clue how I'm going to do that. Any ideas?No... you need to remove the relay, apply 12v to terminals 1 and 3, then A. You might hear/ feel the relay contacts close, and then B. You should measure and have continuity between terminals 2 and 4.
Pull relay. Set on something underhood. Connect leads from multimeter to posts 2 and 4. Leave meter connected. Hook up ground wire from battery to post 3. Take a lead and connect it to post 1. Take the other end of the lead on post 1 and touch it to the + side of the battery while watching th meter. It should go from OL to probably .5 ohms or less.Not going to lie, I have no clue how I'm going to do that. Any ideas?