Hi there I have a problem with my glow plugs. no power going to glow plugs when ignition key turned on. I have foung only one fusebox under the front bonet,is there any more fuseboxes fited? Please help Many thanks Joseph
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Re: Chrysler Grand Voyager Reg 2005
The power to the glowplugs is sent from a relay that by the picture i have is near the radiator.this relay is fed by a 12volt fusible link and is activated by the engine control module grounding it. try to locate this relay and make sure you have power at 2 of the terminals and a ground when the key is turned on
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try another key you own for the car next tap on the ignition cylinder housing tap not hit to loosen a sticking tumbler 3 take your tittle and reg to the dealer and have them cut a new key by the vin number not tracing your old key if all that fails to help replace the ignition cylinder
Hi Clive.................. you are going to have to check the engine wiring harness( broken wires/earths).... also for corrosion under power dist centre (fuse box) and check corrosion around and in PCM... (power control Module.. Engine computor)..... have had this before and ended up with a new PCM...... dont panic yet though... very often it is a wiring or corrosion fault....... last resort will be the PCM..... advice would be to get it checked properly at your nearest dealer, or by a very very good reputable auto electrician/technician......... hope this helps............ Steve... chrysler dodge jeep..... Botswana
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There is no single fuse for ignition. If if is a major fault with heavy duty circuits ie Glow plugs, Alternator, A/C etc , there are H/D fuse links at the battery positive connection (or close to ) If you mean the ignition on the dash it's most likely a connector problem as wipers / heater / radio / lights/ are protected by multipal fuses and not a single ignition fuse .
chrysler transmission are know for there poor transmission's but usually thats a whirring noise, you should take off the supertine belt and run it for minute if the sound isnt made. it probably a accessory pump
If the air temperature is high then this may be "normal" as there is a temperature switch which is powered after the ignition is turned off so the fan may continue for some minutes after you stop the engine. If it's still going after about 15 minutes you may need to replace the temperature switch.