Question about 1991 Volvo 240
Car sat for a while, has quite a few problems, would not start, fixed that. runs good. next problem. windshield wipers, horn, where is the relay?
Before you go to the relay--see if you can scrub the fuse holders clean (for the horn and wipers). Remove the ceramic fuses, and take a stiff bristled brush and some rubbing alcohol to the contact surfaces. Vehicles I used to restore (from the South) that had been sitting a while had green oxidation on the fuse contacts that would cause intermittent opens on the circuit.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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