Question about 1993 Buick LeSabre
Purchased a 93 Lesabre about a week ago with 98k on it. While switching the batteries out I accidentally arched the battery. Now the only thing that works is the drivers puddle light. All fuses on drivers side and under the hood have tested good. I swapped out each relay with a new one to eliminate them as a problem. So far I've found that there is one relay(4th from left) that isn't getting power to it and the passenger side fuse box under the dash also isn't getting any power to it. All fuses in the panel seem to be ok. Im not sure how to find the problem...
Chances are its one of the fuseable links at the starter. The car gets some of its power thru those wires. They look like regular wires except they have an internal fuse. You may need a wiring diagram to figure out which circuit is affected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would check around the starter for a fusible link that stretches with about 5 lbs. of pull, when blown. They can be identified by seeing a small foam rubber round piece on the apparently color coded wires coming off of the starter. This may explain why the accessories are not working correctly and the regular fuses are not blown.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
SOURCE: car cranked for about 5
I would check the connections at the battery for the pos. and neg. posts or side posts. If it cranked, then it should keep on cranking for more than 5 sec if the connections are good and the battery is fully charged.
There are fusible links, but they generally won't blow because of cranking.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
SOURCE: 1989 buick lesabre horn won't
possible horn itself is faulty and needs replacing. you will need to locate where the horn is and apply power to the horn from the battery. if the horn sounds then you know that it is a broken wire th=o the horn
Posted on May 30, 2011
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