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I have a 99 s-10. I'm getting the signal from ignition to the relay. But my fuel pump doesn't run nor does truck turn over.


There are two voltage circuits at the relay, one is the ecm B fuse, did you check that ? There are two side of the relay, the load side, see the arm with arrowhead, when relay is energized, that arm moves to other terminal carries voltage to pump motor on gray wire.
The control side of relay is the coil looking sign in the diagram, gets voltage from pcm, the black wire is chassis ground. Just to add, I looked at 6 cylinder.
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Nov 06, 2016 | 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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Wiper relay


Problem is in the wiper transmission. Check where the wiper motor bolts to the transmission arm (long arms that connect wiper arms to each other) sometimes the nut falls off or the plastic ball cap breaks.

Nov 16, 2013 | Nissan Pickup Cars & Trucks

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Need the torque specs for the nuts on the pitman arm stud and the idler arm stud (nuts that hold the linkage on the studs) for a 2003 sierra 1500HD, 4wd, 6.0L, crew cab


pit man arm to steering gear nut 186 ft lbs.

pit man arm to relay rod nut 46 ft lbs.

idler arm to frame nut 73 ft lbs.

idler arm to relay rod nut 46 ft lbs.

May 08, 2011 | 2002 GMC Sierra 1500HD

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Turn signals&flashers do not work all turn signal lites come on when you unlock or lock with the remote


do u hear the flasher relay cycling? if not i would see if the high beam head lights work and if the cruise control worked or whatever is all on the turn signal arm and eliminate the turn signal arm as the problem and then check the relay itself and well i guess you would start with checking the fuses and relays and then move on to other areas in the circuit till you find the source it could be as petty as a loose wire or blown fuse

Feb 27, 2011 | Suzuki Grand Vitara Cars & Trucks

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The car sat for 6 months before i bought it (prev owner passed way) & now the left indicator light doesnt work and the right is intermittant. do i need to replace the whole arm off the steering colum?


It's probably not in the control arm.Try replacing your turn signal relay (about $30 from parts store) This relay should be located under the dash and near the steering column (looks like a big black fuse). Talk to your parts guy when you buy the relay...he may be able to help you locate it.
The relay should fix your problem.

Feb 15, 2011 | Buick Regal Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2006 Saturn Relay 2. My rear wiper motor went and I'm in the process of replacing it. For some reason, I cant get the wiper arm off. Is there a trick to getting the arm off the splined shaft? ...


There is a little lock on the wiper arm. Lift the arm up and slide the lock lever over and this will hold the arm up for you, then just wiggle the arm off the spline.

Jan 23, 2011 | 2006 Saturn Relay

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Is a special tool required to remove inner tie rod from relay rod on 2001 Tahoe.? Also what should torque be?


Relay Rod Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Raise and support the vehicle
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Engine protection shield, if equipped
    • Steering damper from the relay rod, if equipped Note: Use the proper tool in order to separate all the tie rods and the ball joints.
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    • Tie rod ends (F) (See: Tie Rod Ends)
    • Idler arm ball stud nut (J) and discard the nut (See: Idler Arm)
    • Pitman arm nut (H) and discard the nut (See: Pitman Arm) Remove the idler arm from the relay rod gm_trk_sub15_idler_from_relay_rod.gif

    • Relay rod from the idler arm ball stud using the J24319-B or other suitable puller Remove relay rod from pitman arm ball stud gm_trk_sub15_relay_rod_rem.gif

    • Relay rod from the pitman arm ball stud using the J24319-B or other suitable puller
    • Relay rod from the vehicle
  3. Inspect the threads on the tie rod ends for damage
  4. Inspect the ball stud threads for damage
  5. Inspect the ball stud seals for excessive damage
  6. Clean the threads on the ball studs
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Relay rod to the vehicle
    • Relay rod to the pitman arm ball stud
    • Relay rod to the idler arm ball stud and make sure the seal is on the stud
    • New pitman arm prevailing torque nut
    • New idler arm prevailing torque nut and tighten the idler arm and pitman arm nuts; Torque to: 46 ft. lbs. (62 Nm)
    • Tie rod ends
    • Steering dampener to the relay rod, if equipped
    • Engine protection shield, if equipped
  2. Lower the vehicle
  3. Check the wheel alignment
  4. Test drive the vehicle to confirm the repairs
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Sep 18, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Blower not blowing hard


The location for the relay is in under the cowl cover grille. The first thing is to remove the negative wire from the negative side of battery. Then remove both windshield wiper arms (by using a small screw driver and prying up on the plastic cap); mark the location for the wiper arm and remove the nut from the center of arm. Then remove screws holding the cowl cover grille in place and the relay is located just under the grille. Using a small screwdriver pry loose connector from relay. Note there is two types of relays for this car, a non a/c and a a/c relay. Do not get them mixed up when getting new part. Assembly is the reverse of removal. Hope this will help you.

May 30, 2010 | 2005 Dodge Neon

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