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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It appears that it is part of the fuel pump circuit, so I would concentrate on wiring harness & connector at fuel pump, clean it real good, and apply dielectric grease to the connection, as well as the fuel pump relay, connector & harness.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
sounds as if you have a power shortage in the van. first establish what fuse keeps blowing this will help in narrowing down the short.once short is located check all connections ,wires,and plugs.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
make sure of two things one is any wires touching at the starter to ground or melted and or is the starter drawing too much amperage causing the fuse to blow.starter may have a dead short in it.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Testimonial: "Excellant suggestion. One of the wires was exposed due to rubbing against the brake lines hence the 40 amp. fuse was blowing. This was finally fixed."
you may not be abletowithout the door open but if can atleastget the panel away enough to get you'r hand in you should be abe to get ahold of the lock rod
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
you are on a search and destroy mission, i recommend you buy a manual with wiring diagram, at least it will tell you what is hooked on that circuit, thenits a matter of testing wiring, i suspect you have a short somewhere
Posted on May 24, 2010
Testimonial: "Well, thanks for the opinion, even though I read it after fixing my problem. It was indeed a short, as the cover for the wiring harness was missing, and apparently a wire had rubbed bare and was shorting against the valve cover. I couldn't actually see the bad spot, but by carefully moving it I isolated the spot and taped it up really good and put a new cover in place. Thanks for the quick reply though!"
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