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
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Well need more information to post a valid solution. When you say there is no 12v power at all does this affect the whole car (engine not turning over, lights not coming on, etc.) or do you mean the 12v accessory outlets are not working.
no quick fix for your leaking between transmission and motor. you can try stop leak,it may quit for a little while,but will resume leak. only repair is to pull the transmission and replace the front deal of the transmission.[sorry] for your trouble but thank you for choosing fixya.com
In the battery Junction Box check fuse # 6-60AMP will feed Central Junction Box (under driver side), the inline circuit breaker #47-30AMP, through the
Accessory Delay Relay, powered by fuse #17-15AMP to the Window Control
Circuit. Check the fuses, and for 12v at the points. Then check for 12v
at the driver side door switch pannel.
Also uou should check the plug into the main window button console in your
drivers door. The little piece of plastic around the door handle pops
out when pushed towards the front of the vehicle. This gives you access
to the buttons and harnesses.
Is the starter turning?1) if not unplug the smallest wire on the starter and check for +12V in that wire when the key switch is in the starting position..no +12V this way? then there is a loose or open wire in between that point and the key switch. 2) If it working,then check spark at the spark plug wires.no tension there? Check your igniter for ground and +12V. Is it OK? check then your igniter.
1) Check for +12v power from the fan select switch at the resistor pack - (If +12v is available there you may again have a faulty resistor pack).
2) Apply +12v directly to the fan motor to check that it runs ok.
I had the same problem with my windows all of a sudden stop working. With a little searching and a 4 dollar part I fixed the problem myself in less than 5 minutes This one worked for me!
Click on the link below for the diagram and quick fix. http://www.wjjeeps.com/misc/power_dist_ctr_02.jpg
Yes you need to unplug the heater and use the heater plug to apply 12v.you can get your 12v from the accessory or cig lighter plug.Do you have an old appliance that you plug into the socket/if so cut appliance off and check wich is positive wire.Make sure to check the blower motor as well,no good blowing it up if its still ok.