Question about 1994 GMC Jimmy
Stopped working suddenly with little use. any quick solutions?
The first step is to check the fuse it should be labeled as CIG or AUX
if fuse is not open (blown) check for corrosion and power at ether end of the terminal (where the fuse goes in) using a 12V test light. If it does not light then the problem is between the fuse panel and battery, but if it lights check the power side of plug in (the sides are the ground and the circle in the bottom is the positive) with the test light. If there is no light that means a disconnected or cut wire on the positive side, but if it does light then there is a cut or disconnected wire on the negative side ether one may need to be further investigated and repaired.
also remove panel and check to see if the wires have been unplugged from the end of the plug in
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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