I'll admit that I am an Ohm meter flunkie. I have an older one with a needle and slide rule looking scale. I can use it for simple stuff(checking the battery, etc.) but when it come to checking for a ground, I'm lost. My gas gauge is also a flunkie. It reads full when it's empty, empty when it's full, the light comes on. who know why. I read a bunch of posts on checking the ground and other electrical sounding stuff, just not sure how to proceed. I'm hoping someone can provide me some detailed instructions on what and how to test, instead of just saying "check the ground".