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Well, I would say the easiest way would be, remove it, plug it in and touch it (cautiously) I've never had mine out but it looks like a spin of the nut would remove it.
You could do a resistance check if you have an ohmeter. I don't know exactly what resistance it should be but, most heater elements either work or don't. When they go bad, the circuit opens. You could check this right at the plug. Any reading would more than likely mean it is good, an open reading means no good.
2000 F350 Crewcab 4x4 7.3l with AFE stage II, MBRP 4" turbo back, Turbonetics "Quick spool" turbo with .84 housing, DP Tuner chip, 80 tow,80 econo, 120 race.