- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
You have the thermometer looking light [ engine temp], you have the radiator looking light[ low coolant. You have the battery looking light [ battery or alternator, and the check engine light. Also a wrench light [ something else wrong could be a number of things] What light are you referring to?
no there not series wired but they may be on another fuse
check every fuse in the truck change any that are burnt
all fuses good then trace the wire it will probably run down the left windshield post but could come from anywere if it has a headliner. most of those lights were dealer or self installed.but it should be easy to trace it down untill you find the problem
with my 2000 echo when you start it a blue temp gauge looking like a thermometer shows when car warms up it goes out indicating it is warmed up....If the red one comes on after driving for a while it is telling you car is overheating very simple but very effective once you know this
You will have to open the dash and start tracing wires looking for a bare spot. Start with the cig lighter and trace it back to the fuse panel. Then do the domelight. You'll have to remove a corner of the headliner to check it properly. Chances are pretty good that you will find it before you have to tear open the steering column. Hope this helps.
Your compressor clutch is not engaged that was why AC is not on. The clutch is controlled by several sensors: coolant temp, refrigerant pressure, compressor speed sensor, evaporator temp sensor...
First to make sure your Clutch is working then start tracing back to these other sensors.
Look at the compressor, there is a plug of electrical wire on it. One prong is for speed sensor feedback, the others are for power connectors to turn on the clutch. Jump wires to power to clutch to check if it is working. That is just the beginning of AC troubleshooting. Good luck.
That wire you are unplugging is pinched and being shorted to ground ! You need to trace that wire until you find it . Also if anyone has done any repairs recently you may want to start looking in that area .