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1996 izuzu roeo electrical

No power to fuel pump ignition or blower motor the quarter support was the only thing replaced i looked for any damage in the wiring harness around the quarter support found none checked all fuses none blown

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  • coryheimerl Feb 10, 2009

    no power to fule pump or blower motor, fuel pump fuse was blown changed it but no power to the new fuse

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Check alternator:

There are 2 connectors on the alternater. The round one has 3 wires. If there is no voltage on the green wire when the engine is running the alternator is bad. I'm not sure what fails internally but the alternator can put out fine charging voltage on the main black lead and not have voltage on that green wire. That wire is a trigger for the fuel pump relay. Voltage goes to the main power relay then to idiot lights in the dash then back to trigger the fuel pump relay. Along the way it goes in and out of the oil pressure switch(sender at the back bottom of passenger side of block with 2 yellow wires). This switch cuts voltage to fuel pump if no oil pressure. The green wire from alt is a safety in case of collision ect. Engine not running> no alt voltage on that wire>no fuel pump pressure>no fire. If this wire is bad it will not show up on the standard auto store test. And is a common failure. I had an brand new Isuzu rebuilt OEM alternator that was bad like this.

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Will not turn over or even try to turn over. has hot battery and was running fine until parked now will not do anything. also has a different chime alert


Automobiles: 1996 Mercury Sable
Something electrical corroded while it was parked.

connection between battery cable and (lead) battery connector - look for green corrosion of copper wire
cable going from battery to starter motor corroded
corroded ring terminal on starter motor threaded terminal
ignition switch contact corroded at the "start" position
Battery delivers 12 volts, but fails to deliver proper CCA/fails load test
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engine ground wire missing/broken/corroded terminal(s) - frame-to-engine
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Priority Action Part Type Cause
1 Inspect Ignition Switch - Improperly Connected or Faulty Ignition Switch.
2 Inspect Battery - Battery Discharged or Faulty.
3 Inspect Battery Cable - Corroded, Broken, Shorted or Poorly Connected Battery Cable.
4 Inspect Starter Solenoid - Starter Solenoid Faulty.
5 Inspect Starter - Starter Motor Faulty.
6 Inspect Wireset - Worn or Damaged Spark Plug Wires.
7 Inspect Ignition Coil - Faulty Ignition Coil.
8 Inspect Distributor Cap - Loose, Cracked or Worn Distributor Cap.
9 Inspect Spark Plug - Incorrectly Gapped or Fouled Spark Plug(s).
10 Inspect Distributor Rotor - Loose, Cracked or Worn Distributor Rotor.
11 Inspect Fuel Tank - Fuel Tank Empty.
12 Inspect Carburetor - Worn, Faulty or Damaged Carburetor.
13 Inspect Fuel Pump - Faulty Fuel Pump.
14 Inspect Choke - Stuck or Improperly Functioning Choke.
15 Inspect Fuel Filter - Clogged or Dirty Fuel Filter.
16 Inspect Fuel Pump Relay - Faulty Fuel Pump Relay.
17 Inspect Fuel Injector Pressure Regulator - Faulty Fuel Injector Pressure Regulator.
18 Inspect Fuel Pump - Low Fuel Pressure.
19 Inspect Engine Control Computer - Incorrect Operating Information Being Delivered and Sent From The EEC.
20 Inspect Fuel Pump Strainer - Clogged or Dirty Fuel Pump Strainer.

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Where is the blower motor resistor in a 2001 dodge caravan se. I do not see it behind the glove box. I do see soemthing similar under the hood on the passenger side aginst the firewall but it is not...


Caravan, Grand Voyager, Town and Country, Voyager, 2000-2004
Blower Motor - Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable, then wait 2 minutes before proceeding with the removal. This will effectively disable the air bag system preventing possible personal injury.
  2. Remove the glove box from the instrument panel.

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    Fig. The blower motor is located behind the glovebox, behind the blower motor cover
  3. Remove the A/C-heater blower motor cover.
  4. Disconnect the blower motor wiring connector.
  5. Remove the blower motor wiring grommet and feed the wiring through the blower motor housing.
  6. Remove the blower motor mounting screws.

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    Fig. Once the cover is removed, unplug the electrical connector and push it through the opening in the housing

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    Fig. The blower motor is secured to the housing with three small screws
  7. Allow the blower motor assembly to drop downward to clear the instrument panel and remove from vehicle.
To install:
  1. Place the blower motor assembly into position on the A/C-heater unit and tighten the mounting screws.
  2. Route the blower motor wiring through the blower motor housing and seat the wiring grommet in the hole of the blower motor housing.
  3. Reconnect the blower motor electrical connector.
  4. Install the A/C-heater blower motor cover.
  5. Install the glove box into the instrument panel.
  6. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Check blower motor operation.


Auxiliary Heater and Air Conditioner
Blower Motor - Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the right quarter trim panel as follows:
    1. Remove first rear seat. Remove the second rear seat, if equipped.
    2. Remove the sliding door sill plate.
    3. Remove the quarter trim bolster.
    4. Remove the upper C-pillar trim and D-pillar trim panel.
    5. Remove the first and second rear seat belt anchors.
    6. Remove the screws securing the quarter trim to quarter panel from the bolster area.
    7. Remove the screws securing the rear edge of the quarter trim to the support bracket.
    8. Carefully disengage the hidden clips securing the front of the quarter trim to the quarter panel just rearward of the sliding door opening.

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      Fig. Removing the trim panel to access the rear blower motor
    9. Disconnect the wiring harness connector from the accessory power outlet, if equipped.
    10. On long wheelbase wagons only, remove the quarter trim from the quarter panel and pull second rear seat belt through access hole.
    11. Pull first rear seat belt through the access hole.
    12. Remove the quarter trim panel from the vehicle.
  3. Remove the 5 screws mounting the A/C-heater blower motor housing to the rear HVAC unit (one mounting screw located on evaporator cover).
  4. Twist the blower motor out of scroll housing.
  5. Disconnect the blower motor wiring connector.
  6. Remove the blower motor from vehicle.

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    Fig. The rear blower motor is held in place by four screws
To install:
  1. Install the blower motor unit into the vehicle.
  2. Reconnect the blower motor wiring connector.
  3. Secure the blower motor into scroll housing.
  4. Install and tighten the 5 screws mounting the A/C-heater blower motor housing to the rear HVAC unit (one mounting screw located on evaporator cover).
  5. Install the right quarter trim panel as follows:
    1. Install the quarter trim panel in position in the vehicle.
    2. Insert and pull the first rear seat belt through the access hole in quarter trim panel.
    3. On long wheelbase wagons only, insert and pull the second rear seat belt through access hole in quarter trim panel.
    4. Reconnect the wiring harness connector to the accessory power outlet, if equipped.
    5. Engage the hidden clips to secure the front of quarter trim to quarter panel rearward of sliding door opening.
    6. Install the retaining screws that secure the rear edge of quarter trim to support bracket.
    7. Install the retaining screws that secure the quarter trim to the quarter panel in bolster area.
    8. Install the second rear seat belt anchor (if equipped), and the first rear seat belt anchor.
    9. Install the D-pillar trim panel and upper C-pillar trim.
    10. Install the quarter trim bolster.
    11. Install the sliding door sill plate.
    12. Install the second rear seat, if equipped, and install the first rear seat.
  6. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Check blower motor operation.

Hope helps (remember rated this).

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