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12 VOLT CONNECTION

WHICH TERMINALS ARE FOR 12 VOLT CONNECTION

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Door Open light blinks rapidly making a clicking noise when trying to start the car and will not turn over. No lights except for the one flashing very quickly.


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Ist, check the lights by actually removing them from their location and applying a 12 volt source to see if they light up. If they do, then it could be a wiring problem, like a broken or loose wire somewhere, maybe at the switch, or at the lamps themselves, or in-between. It could be the switch is bad. But 1st, you must see if the lamps will light up with a 12 volt source (meaning your car battery). Run short wires from the positive and negative terminals of your car battery to each lamps metal terminals (doesn't matter which one is positive or negative) and see if they'll light up. IF NOT, then you need to buy new ones.

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Park/neutral switch is open.
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You possibly have a bad ground wire due to corrosion on battery cables. Remove both positive and negative cables from battery, inspect for corrosion and clean with a wire brush, then install with a corrosion block. Tighten both terminals as to leave no play. If you have any play and are able to move by hand then you will need to replace the terminals as you will not have a good connection and thus causing no power for engine starting and running.

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ck your batterie it should be reading 12 volt dc then your batterie terminals ck for cracks acide build up and corrosions ck the ground cable for proper connection to the engine first then to the engine. if your batterie is not at 12 volt dc then you probabily have an alternator problem have it ck from a nearest parts store nicoas

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