Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
If the chopped and taped wiring was done by the shop that worked on it, and it worked after they were finished, It's likely that they did the right job (short of replacing the entire harness) but may have done a sloppy job, resulting in your present problem. Removing burned connectors and joining wires is OK, but they should be soldered and carefully taped, otherwise connections can break, or shorts can happen. Check a few connections they made...If not soldered, either bring it back to them and have them do it correctly, or get out your soldering gun and one by one, solder them yourself. One important point though...If you find any wiring that is beginning to melt, then they have fixed the result of the problem but not the cause...That will then need further diagnoses.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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