Touch the ends of the foil to the terminals of the battery you want to test. If the battery has a charge, the paper in the middle of the strip will burst into flame. This won't happen if the battery is dead. If you have a good battery, this is a great hack when you need to start a fire and you don't have a lighter. Open the boat's battery box. Use a 5/16-inch box- or open-end wrench to remove the black ground cable from the battery's negative post. Insert the red probe into the terminal on the face of the multimeter for volts, ohms and diode testing, marked with the letter "V" and the Greek letter omega, the symbol for ohms. Went to several shops they replace censor, problem disappear for one week and then come back again. An auto-ranging multimeter automatically finds the range and indicates it on the screen for the technician. This is great when working with sensors, circuit boards, and resistors. Answer C is correct. The multimeter indicates 16 Ohms.