Question about 1992 Saturn SL1
Ok, if the ground wire from the ignition fried, somehow, does that mean that the whole wire has to be replaced? I noticed that the wires from the ignition end at another box that splits and goes God knows where. Anyway, am I going to have to rip the whole dash up to get to these? Like including the radio and the steering wheel and everything up top?
Unfortunately there are only two ways to do this. 1. open up the harness and trace & replace burned wire. 2. cut both ends of the burned wire and leave burned section in place, then run a new wire BUT you need to know if there are any branch circuits coming off it and destinations, and, if the burned wire has crossed over into any other wire you will not see it. Third option is to replace entire harness with a good one. (time intensive and expensive, but actually the best option) Note: you also need to find the reason it burned or anything you do will likely fry again!
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