Question about 1977 Chrysler Valiant
Previous advise was helpful in understanding what I am looking for, but as yet unable to locate. An air-conditioning unit takes up the full gap between glove compartment and steering column, so am wondering if it is on that side. Have been unable to locate in the light switch area. Also, is there a fuse/ fusible link in the indicator circuit that may be blown? I have a circuit diagram for a VJ and have noticed some differences to what I have. I also have a short some where in the vehicle that drops out when I remove the fuse for the brake lights, but there again when the ignition is turned on, with the fuse removed. Thanks for the help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two possible locations for the relay.
First in the fuse panel, close to the bottom.
Second, in some models they put the darn thing behind the dash in the center of the car, it's a real pain to get to if it's that one.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: Oil sensor
The oil light on your car has nothing to do with oil level in the crankcase but rather oil pressure. The oil pressure switch/sensor is located on the rear of the engine block above the right axle I believe. Unless you have engine noise or suspect low oil pressure, I'd replace it but you could check oil pressure for peace of mind with an pressure gauge if you wish. You may need a special socket to replace it.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
I had the same problem a few months ago. If you locate the pressure switches on the door frames (which are pushed in as the doors are closed to switch off the lights) you will see that the centre of each switch is adjustable. Working on each of the doors, if you carefully pull the centre of the switch out slightly and then close the door the switch should then adjust itself and create the contact needed to switch off the interior lights. I hope this helps. David W
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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