Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Burnt wire smell when heater is on. No rear defrost and no heater sound after removing dash and replacing the heater button unit... reattached all wires accordingly and even replaced the resistor and nothing now. when connecting to direct power the fan blows, but also still blows when ignition is off. Any ideas or even a wiring diagram for this vehicle? Or ideas on what can be done to get this working again.
Have you checked the 30amp BLO fuse in the engine compartment fuse box? Might want to replace the blower relay too. Did you find the part or wire that melted? The wiring diagram is available at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Posted on Jul 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on your starter solenoid , looking at the schematics , you have a purple wire going to the "S" terminal (hot only in the start position) , and on the bigger stud/lug "B" terminal , you have a big red cable going straight to the battery and also on that same big stud/lug you have another smaller wire that is a fusible link to the altenator , so when you say the red wire to starter in not getting any power , are we talking about the big battery cable or the smaller purple wire ? if the purple wire is not hot in the start position , it goes from the starter "S" to the nuetral saftey switch and then to the ignition switch . we didn't put the fusible link wire on the "S" terminal and the purple on the "B" terminal did we ? this is getting long so i will stop here and wait for comment.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
you have to unscrew the bleeder vavle with the car on and wait intil the fluid runs though it and then tighten and it should be fixed
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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