Question about 1984 GMC S-15 Jimmy
I have the manual for the truck with all the diagrams but i dont have the right amount of wires comming out of the harness
on the L side i have 2 blk, 1 grn, 1 tan
on the R side i have 2 blk, 2 grn, and one tan come from behind the grille which is odd because the whole harness seems to come from the right signal marker
i can only get a couple of the lights to work (all bulbs good)
when i pull switch all the way out the park lights turn off
there is a plow on the front of truck with lights not hooked up
1 head light actually turns off when i flick highbeam to on.....anyhelp would be great because im chaseing my tail around for 2 days in northern ontario with no heat in my garage please help....lol
You have a bad ground. Take the battery out and see if there is a ground wire in that area that has been damaged by corrosion.
Posted on May 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you need a light tester. I would guess that at least 8 of the wires are speaker + & - the others will be Main power and earth Possibly electric ariel, Memory store and a wire for the anti theft circuit. Assuming the stereo is factory. Any Audio shop can perform a test to clarify the purpose of the wires Wouldnt worry about the blank its probably a position for a newer or different model to yours. Steve in the UK
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: universal o2 censor has 2
First what do you mean by a universal o2 sensor? You must make sure that you have the right o2 sensor, most newer vehicles have four o2 sensors 2 upstream and 2 downstream, upstream and downstream are meant to show where the sensors are in relation to the catalatic converter,some o2 sensors have 1 wire or up to 4 wires most with four wires are heated o2 sensors so you need to be sure you ve gotten the right o2 sensor for you vehicle as well as the right replacement for the proper location! My experience is that most after market o2 sensors have the same colored wires as the vehicle. Also most o2 sensors have electrical plugs? If you need help finding the right o2 sensor for your vehicle then please dont be affraid to ask!
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
check the relays and connections at the tail lights and under the truck, has the truck ever been off road or in deep water?
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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the green wire is the right signal wire,the brown wire is for the park lights,the yellow wire is for the left signal
Posted on Dec 02, 2011
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