Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Didn't want running lights on so had to pry from underneath the relay to get it out and when I did there was a spark...now there is no current to that relay holder socket anymore...all fuses and relays cheked everywhere...I suspect something occurred when I stuck my knife blade underneath the relay and hit a couple or more of the terminals (it has five on this one particular relay)...thanks for a start...
Check the heater AC 10 amp fuse and also one marked LH headlamp 15 amp,(underhood fusebox) if these are both good I suspect the body control computer may have been damaged. Should have full time power at one terminal and key on power at another (at the drl relay)
I would also check at the starter main power feed and make sure a fusible link hasn't burned. All I can think of.
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
did you check those big square ones that you need a spanner to change, they are usually located in the engine bay with the relays, near the battery these usually have plastic covers on each side covering bolts that need to be removed before the fuse can be removed, these fuses are a simular size and shape as the relays
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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