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Why accessories relay to long coming on ? - 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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    Norman Newell May 17, 2014

    Hi James , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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What is to long?

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My 99 olds intrigue just won't turn over like my battery or something dead


How is the battery ? Do the headlamps shine bright ? Did you check the crank relay an the crank fuse 40amp ? one of the big one's ,maxi fuse . Under hood fuse / relay box . Check to see if voltage is coming through the transaxle range switch.

When the ignition switch is on, battery voltage is applied to one side of the crank relay in the underhood accessory wiring junction block through circuit 3, the PCM-BCM Fuse in the fuse block, and circuit 439. When the ignition switch is turned to START, voltage is fed to the powertrain control module connector C2 terminal 23 through circuit 5, the CRANK SIGNAL Fuse in the fuse block, and circuit 806 through the underhood accessory wiring junction block. Power is always provided from the CRANK MaxiFuse in the underhood accessory wiring junction block to the common side of the crank relay contacts. When the powertrain control module sees the crank signal and determines that conditions are OK for a crank, it supplies ground through circuit 625 to the crank relay. The crank relay now has both power and ground to the relay coil, causing the relay to pull in. When this happens, and the gear selector is in either PARK or NEUTRAL, the power at the relay common contact is passed through circuit 1737, the transaxle range switch and circuit 6 to the S terminal on the starter solenoid.
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This vehicle is equipped with the Passlock theft deterrent system. This system contains a Passlock sensor. The Passlock sensor is part of the ignition lock cylinder assembly. The Body Control Module (BCM) interfaces with the Passlock sensor.
When turning the ignition switch to the START position with the proper key, the Passlock sensor generates an analog voltage signal, which is sent to the BCM. This analog voltage signal is of a specific value to the vehicle, and varies from vehicle to vehicle. When attempting to start the engine, the BCM compares a preset stored analog voltage value with the signal coming from the sensor. Because both values match, the BCM sends a fuel enable password via the Class II Serial Data Line to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). As a result, the PCM enables the crank relay, and allows fuel delivery to the engine.
When attempting to start the engine by means other than using the proper key in the ignition switch, the Passlock sensor sends a analog voltage signal of a different value. The BCM compares the preset stored analog voltage value with the signal coming from the sensor. Because both values do not match, the BCM sends a fuel disable password via the Class II Serial Data Line to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). As a result, the PCM disables the crank relay, and does not allow fuel delivery to the engine.
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This starting system is computer controlled , if you are not familiar with this I suggest you take a GM dealership or an ASE certified repair shop .

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It could be a couple of things. Try finding out which relay is clicking by touching the top of each relay. You'll be able to feel the click. The lid to the fuse box should have a diagram of what each relay controls. If the fuse box doesn't have the information, your car's manual will have it. In the back, look for "Fuse."

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2006 T&C all accessory 12v switched cigar jacks =dead, incl "Batt" always "on" one. Replaced all fuses, no change. Is there a common fusible link wired in?


The power jacks are designed to work only with the key on. With the key on, ground is supplied to the accessory relay. Pull out the relay and probe the socket with a test light ormeter to see if the ground signal is coming into the socket. If yes, make sure two of the other terminals are hot. If yes, push the relay bsck in to see if it clicks. If it does, the power supply wire from the relay is not getting to the jacks. If it doesn't click, pull it out and try swaping in another relay from the box. If it clicks, buy a new relay. If not, you must not be getting the the right signals to the socket.

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Check for an accessory relay above the fuse panel. The relay is turned on by the ignition run or ignition accessory wire, and then sends power to the accessory fuses in the fuse panel. I have an '87 Nissan. Above the fuse panel in the dash is a tray that can be pulled out to see the accessory relay, ECCS relay, and the ignition relay. Nissan often used the same relay, same part number, for many applications. Try the bulb check relay under the hood as a swap.

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Power is supplied to the Power windows and sunroof through the power window circuit breaker. That circuit breaker is supplied power through the RAP (retained accessory power) Relay, the RAP relay also supplies power to the radio. The RAP relay is also fuse protected by the RAP fuse in the under hood fuse block. The RAP relay is energized by the BCM body control module.

The RAP relay is responsible for the radio and windows working after the igntion is turned off.

The first place to check would be the RAP fuse in the under hood fuse block and then the RAP relay in the Body fuse block.

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(1) Park Lamp Relay (2) Courtesy Lamp Relay (3) Retained Accessory Power (RAP) Relay (4) Power Seats Circuit Breaker (5) Power Windows Circuit Breaker (6) Inadvertent Power Relay (7) Door Lock Relay (8) Headlamp Ground Relay (9) Driver Door Unlock Relay (10) Door Unlock Relay(1) Park Lamp Relay
(2) Courtesy Lamp Relay
(3) Retained Accessory Power (RAP) Relay
(4) Power Seats Circuit Breaker
(5) Power Windows Circuit Breaker
(6) Inadvertent Power Relay
(7) Door Lock Relay
(8) Headlamp Ground Relay
(9) Driver Door Unlock Relay
(10) Door Unlock Relay
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