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i dont know what you mean, if you are tying to put a toggle switch in then run one wire from the fan to a ground on the truck and a wire from the toggle to the fan you will also need a hot wire from the battery to the toggle with a fuse inbetween, but the first thing you want to check is make sure the fuses and the relay are good and you have no broken wires if they are good then hook up a neg- and a pos+ wire to the fan if it comes on the change the temp sensor and the fan should work on its own when the truck gets hot
REMOVE HEATER BLOWER MOTOR AND HOT WIRE IT.IF HEATER BLOWER MOTOR WORKS WHEN HOT WIRED EITHER BLOWER RELAY BAD OR AC AND HEATER CONTROL SWITCH NOT WORKING.IF BLOWER DONT WORK WHEN HOT WIRED BLOWER MOTOR IS BAD.
Really need more info but if it blows fuses you have a hot wire touching metal somewhere......
or something plugged in where it shouldnt be.....Or wrong size fuse..You have a brake light switch attached to the brake pedal which is common to fail.....also brake light bulbs and fuse ...check where bulbs are installed at recepticles....check for naked wires touching metal.....also use a good rated fuse...
should be a 15 some are 10 some 20...i would try a 15 if you dont know..................Sometimes your foot can accidently kick wires loose under dash at brake light switch........some cars also have
a cruise control switch above brake light switch.....DONT confuse one with other....NEED MORE INFO ABOUT VEHICLE TYPE TO GIVE CORRECT ANSWER................METALPOET
Hi, if you pull the connector off the switch and the brake lights no longer work, you have the right wires. These wires do not carry the current for the trailer brakes. You will have another wire from the controller to the trailer plug for those. That wire is usually 14 gauge or larger--follow the directions to get the proper size. You are hooking in to the brake switch wire just so the controller knows when you are stepping on the pedal. Make sure you connect to the wire that does not have power except when you step on the pedal. I would tell you the color, but I do not have the diagram. Use a 12 volt test light to see which terminal in the connector is hot. The wire you want is the other one. Please let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
fuses are the easy thing to check just pull one and look at it if you see a burned spot replace it, checking relays and blower motor resesters and blower motors are harder if you dont know how to do it. there best left to a shop to check.
Ground goes through the master switch on the drivers side. Bad master switch can cause the other windows not to work. Don't forget to check the "window lock" switch in the master switch, which shuts off the other 3 windows.
hot in run fuse # 15 then it goes to the automatic or standard switch then its goes to the reverse lamps. its pink from the fuse to the switch then its light green to the lamps. make sure you have a good ground........ good luck jimmy