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All fuses ok there is power going to back of radio but when go to turn radio on nothing happens and does not light up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It has to be an electrical connection as you say. The Anti Lock Brake system light is probably just a deprograming of the computer. Due to the electrical problem. Have you check for current at the starter ? Have sombody turn the key as if starting it. Then with a test light check for current at the starter connections. This will give you an idea whre to look for an open circuit or short.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: peugeot 106 no electrics
Assuming that the polarity wasn't reversed during the reinstallation, I would check the terminal ends of the battery cables.
One (+) is likely connected to a starter terminal, the other (-) either to the engine block or chassis sheet metal. The latter cable may be fastened to sheet metal and have an additional cable tying the chassis and engine block together.
You should also have a multimeter so you can track down any breaks in the cables and to verify the fuses since these can have broken elements that might not be clearly visible.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Something similar happened to my 2005. the gauges went crazy! stopped half way or dropped completely down. Like the fuel indicator, speedometer, tach. While I never lost the radio or headlights, I did lose my dashboard lights--pretty creepy at night. My husband did some online digging and found the problem. In the dashboard gauge set-up there is a poor solder on one of the electronic components. He took the gauge center off, popped it open, found the crappy solder, fixed it, put it back in and it has worked fine ever since!!!
the ****--Ford knows about this faulty soldering and since it doesn\'t happen to ALL of the cars--just a select few(even more models we found out later)--they won\'t do a recall. Even if you take it to a dealership for them to fix, odds are they could replace it with an entire unit with the same problem. Your best bet is to fix the bad solder yourself or find someone who can.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
did you check the 2 multiconnectors on the back of the dashboard, normally they are fitted with bolts, when bolts ran out you wil loose all info and lamps. good luck
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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