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For grader with no "float position" on blade,where to buy "kit" (bypass valves electricaly activated by solinoids or otherwise ) so blade will "freefall or float over contour of frozen ground when activated?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: buick no start condition 1996
Hello! Since there isn't power (+12V) coming out of the crank position one of two faults is the problem...#1...There is a 10A "crank fuse" located in the inside fuse box (for vehicles equipped w/anti-theft)...If fuse is OK then...#2...Defective ignition switch...When you bypass the solenoid and the engine starts you have tested the solenoid and the starter motor...They are OK...Engine will not keep running because there isn't a hold path through the ignition switch
(a normal condition)...
Bottom line...If crank fuse is ok (or not equipped) the solution is to replace the ignition switch...It is defective...
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Posted on Sep 16, 2010
SOURCE: BUICK 1996 ROAD MASTER NO
The starter solenoid is either not working, or it isn't getting power from the ignition switch. Also check this link related to your query... Please accept the solution if it's helpful. Do get back to us for any further query. Thanks for contacting fixya.com
Some causes of not getting power are a blown fusible link, a bad connection, a bad ignition switch, a bad neutral safety switch, the ignition switch or neutral safety switch out of adjustment, or an open wire.
Wiggle the shift lever, and if the neutral switch is just out of adjustment, that should compensate for that, unless it is completely loose.
The starter solenoid is either not working, or it isn't getting power from the ignition switch.
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Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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With ignition on, turn on wiper switch. When wiper arm gets to point where blade does not touch screen, turn off ignition switch so that wipers do not return to park position. It may take a few goes to stop arm in the right position so repeat process until it is in the best position.
Check main wiper arm and bend slightly towards windscreen so that blade touches screen and there is some spring pressure from the arm to keep blade on screen. Also check that there is no interference between main arm and the section which supports the rubber blade. If you get blade chatter as the arm sweeps, twist the end of the main arm slightly in the opposite direction to the movement that produces the chatter. It may take a bit of trial and error to get it all right.
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