I hot wired the old blower and it did run but made a loud whining noise and the test wires got hot. And on a cold morning I was looking in the trunk and it was room temp when everything else was below freezing. Then start adding the fuses back in and see what happens. I check relays and they click, fuse's are ok. I hope you did not pay 50 bucks for something like that. I the factory amp must have shorted or something and started to draw power with the car on and off.
For example, the diagram must demonstrate the very best direction in the negative and positive terminals of each element. Can cause a short between the alternator and the frame. Blower motor will not work. On the leftmost side of the console are two plastic pins that twist and pull out. Get the brake light switch checked.
Poking around behind the removed ashtray has me encountering wires, probably for the lighter, together with its inline fuse holder. I wouldn't think we need to pull down the ductwork covers to see anything relating to fuses, but I am no expert. Is there something I should check first, as in a common problem? Try to clean up the placement reducing cable crossings. The right end of the instrument panel is from top to bottom, the radio, the climate control panel, an ashtray. Then you can detactch the panel not too hard, because the alarm indicator is wired … to this, don't yank on it and have access to the fuses. The problem is fixed now. You may need a book to get the wiring diagram for the circuit.
I hope I have given enough of the right details to help the party that proposes to answer my questions. I believe that is what its called. Yes the fuse panal is underneath the dash, to the left of the steering column. Make sure the hood supports are stable, so you don't lock your self in the … trunk! Any idea what my problem is. Check that the belt is centered on all the groves and not off a grove.
We thank you for your visit to our website. I worked on the thing three hours today with no success. . The next day the battery is drained. Loosen the two 15 mm studs and slide motor mount up out of the way. It's really easier than you think.
Open the ashtray, and find the cigar lighter to its right. I also ran the Automatic Climate Control self diagnostic test and got an error code 34. The passenger side is a little more hidden. Behind the glove box, up inside of that area a bit there should be a lever. I may be wrong but I think this problem has been around awhile before I bought the car.
Use the 15 a … nd 18 mm wrenches to remove the motor mount bolts. Draw connecting cables as direct lines. My friend traded this car in for a smaller car, and is very happy with it. There I encounter a couple of long bolts coming from the firewall, about level with the loose-fitting covers. Thanks for any help you are able to give me. With the ignition switch in run, and the climate control on and set to economy I get the following voltage readings at the blower motor resistor connector: Red wire-10.
Owner's manual states that these are located on the passenger side behind the front kick panel. A second issue is the horn, which never worked from the start, and we suspect that to be a fuse as well. As for the air conditioner failing, a new compressor was needed, my friend had the mechanic put in a rebuilt compressor and he recharged the system. WaveRunner-My rear leveling is inop and disconnected but I've pulled all the fuses x3-4 and no change in current flow. In a series circuit, voltages add up for all those components attached in the circuit, and currents will be exactly the same through all elements.