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Old 01-04-2009, 06:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Testing Grid heater (air intake heater)

I have tested the relays (solenoids) now trying to test the actual grid heater just need to know how many ohms resistance should the element have. I know there is power to the heater just need to test the heater to make sure it is working correctly. Thanks for your time.
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I have an 05 dodge 2500 with an intake and 4" straight pipe exhaust my grid heater light comes on and stays on while driving even after truck is warmed up I live in PA and temperature has been in the 40s-50s the last couple of days ...any opinions would be greatly appreciated
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