Question about 1984 GMC C1500
When i turn the ignition on I dont get any glow plug light. I used to get a knock sound to let me know they were warm and that dont happen anymore either. I noticed the battery wires insulation coming from the fuse box are melted and when i try to turn it over it does turn over it just doesnt act like it has enough power to crank. Batteries are good and fully charged, all fuses are good and I cant recognize any other issues is could be besides those fried wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't start turn ignition on
the best bet is to go to the started and check to see the signal wire is getting current when you try to crank it, if not you locate the signal wire on the starter which is the small wire and jump it with power, if it is not doing anything then your starter is bad. if it turns then your problem is somewhere else.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
SOURCE: 1992 turn signal fuse blowing
check the flasher unit, the transmission module unit should ground the backup lights, so I don't think its that. installed any new electronics or drilled any holes?
Posted on Mar 13, 2013
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