Question about 1996 Nissan Pickup
Hi y'all.I am replacing the fan switch with a Indak 4 post switch,Napa part # 207419.I just need to know what the posts are labeled.They are l,m,h,b,c.
Now I know L,M,H,are low,medium,& high.And I guess b means battery-
but is c ''common''?(Neutral)? What for ? And can I use the switch even though I had a 4spd switch before ? I can figure out the wires in the truck.
Hey, I'd do an ohms test between voltage terminal suspect and l--m--h. If B and C terminals both have continuity to the speed terminals, I don't think it makes any difference which one is voltage.
I did look at 3 speed blower motor switch, different part number. C terminal was voltage feed to switch, B terminal was for lamp, just tells you it is turned on.
Type in your part number in search box, If you find it on a web site, maybe you can email manufacturer? The manufacturer can tell you which terminal does what?
Posted on Aug 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it should be underneath your car in between the firewall and the engine. Now you don't want to supply direct power to your starter because you'll end up frying it. However to just start the car once you've located the starter, get a long screwdriver with a plastic handle and connect the two wires with the screwdriver.
As for a long term fix, without investing the money to replace the necessary parts. You will need to attach a wire that can handle 12v to both wires on your starter separately. Then connect the other ends of both wires to a switch that can handle 12v, and mount that in your car somewhere. Then whenever you need to start your car just flip the switch on until the car starts then once it is started flip it back off.
I know this sounds like a lot but it is very doable with about $5 and a little bit of time.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: 95 nissan maxima. won't start
Find the starter loctation. On top of the transmission. There should be a decent sized red wire and a smaller black wire i beleive. Anyway the smaller wire gets power from the ignition switch. Take a test light and while someone its turning the key to start it the test light should light up when touching the smaller wire on the starter. If you are not getting power to that wire it could be a broken wire or your ignition switch. If you are getting power then try tapping on the starter with a screwdriver or hammer. Lightly not to hard. It might start but either way you will need a new starter. Hope this helped
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
yeh its located under the passenger side glove box,its in the heater box beside the heater motor ,,2 scews hold it in and it looks like a credit card when its out,,,,
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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