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How do I check to see if Posi-tap is working???

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I just installed my Edge Juice w/ Attitude and I am wondering how I can check to make sure I have the pump wire tapped properly. I don't want to run my JWA like an EZ. I wanted to go with the Stealth plate but I was already getting an earful about the money spent on the JWA so I just did the Posi-tap. Can I unplug the module and check the voltage at the harness if I trace the wire? Should I just put a stealth plate on, try to seal the pump wire back up and not have to ever worry about it again? There doesn't seem to be a good place to check the voltage with the posi-tap like their is with the stealth plate. Sorry if this is repeat post. This has probably been asked a lot, but I have not found a good answer.

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Yep, that is what he means! Turn the key on and see if you have power on your additional wire.

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If I had the stealth plate like you guys then it would be as easy as you guys are saying but I don't. I talked to Edge today and they had me remove the cover from the module and check for 6 scrolling lights while the truck was running. Said if I had the lights then the pump was tapped correctly. I would still like to put a volt meter on it somewhere.

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Did you have lights scrolling like Edge said? If so you don't need to probe the wire.

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