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Can anyone tell me how to check my dash lights while I have my dash on the work bench? Proper voltage and where to ground.  Thanks

I Used a simple 9 volt battery and two leads.  Had no problems and I did not burn out the lights.

if you have LED's, I used the same 9 volt and extended the small wires off the bulbs and touched the contacts.  you may have to switch the wires around from the battery posts, as it will only light one way.

 

that's the simplest way I found.

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Can anyone tell me how to check my dash lights while I have my dash on the work bench? Proper voltage and where to ground.  Thanks

I Used a simple 9 volt battery and two leads.  Had no problems and I did not burn out the lights.

if you have LED's, I used the same 9 volt and extended the small wires off the bulbs and touched the contacts.  you may have to switch the wires around from the battery posts, as it will only light one way.

 

that's the simplest way I found.

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