Question about Pontiac Firebird
EVERY TIME I HIT A BUMP IN THE ROAD WHILE DRIVING,MY RAIDIO SHORTS OUT IN THE CAR,AND MY WINDOWS AND MY CONVERTIBLE TOP STOPS WORKING. I SOMETIMES BEAT ON TIO OF THE RIDEO,AND IT WILL COME BACK ON,AND SOMETIMES IT WON'T. I BROUGTH A NEW RADIO,THINKING THAT WOULD FIX IT,STILL HAVE THE PROBLEM,WHAT COULD IT BE?
Bad connection somewhere in wiring just have to check all plugs and wiring
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you could have an issue with a connector going into your BCM or possibly your BCM itself. There is a fusible link that comes off the BCM and it goes to your radio and power windows. Off hand i believe its circuit 75 if you have a wiring diagram and possibly a dark blue wire. On the passenger side kicker panel there is your BCM you can try to wiggle the connector and see if that is it or inside the BCM the solder joints could be going and in that case your screwed.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: blower motor
I say it might not be the blower motor but your on the rite track!good place to start sounds like a loose wire check under hood on passenger side to see if your blower resistor speed switch is plugged in or it might been in passenger feet area above toes in heater box! I think passenger feet area might be the spot your looking for! a v shape plug! i think you will find it no problem!hope this helps
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: My car heater works fine
this problem is most commonly caused by either a sticky air temp control blend door or a defective blend door electric actuator, this door controls the air temp at the heater/AC oulets.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
The problem might be in the fuse box. I had this similar problem on my highbeams. My soluion was to wiggle the fuse box and or wires going to the motor. Its basically a short.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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