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Brake lights 1999 jeep


I looked at info for 99 jeep Cherokee. You can see the fuse and the stop lamp switch, which should be activated by the brake pedal arm when you step on the brake. The white wire with tan tracer carries voltage for rear brake lamps. The ground wire is black, so check voltage and ground. I don't know if all models have the same wire color, you didn't post the model?
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Dec 15, 2016 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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My 2008 SX4 has a problem with the heater. Suddenly, the blower for the heater quit working.


you never actually asked a question.
just statement in facts..... why>?
1: get car serviced.?
2: learn to fix cars your self. (like only 0.1% do)

DIY:

same answer on all cars.
we do tests to find cause, and i cant touch your car so.,.,,
the fuse blew.
the blower resist block is bad, if high speed still works.
the controls to the blower are bad.
the wires from controller to blower are bad.

all cars work like this, only how the controller works is different.
got a voltmeter, or is this a guessing game?
if have a meter use it.
see if 12vdc makes it to the blower.
if yes, blower bad.
if not work backwards to find the point of power loss

i have the usa drawing in my hand
the fused power goes to a blower relay.
when you turn the key to on, the relay closes sending 12vdc to the blower full time , but the ground wire in the blower is the control side.
the control has 4 position, the control has a ground wire.pin1
if high is selected this sends that ground to pin 6 and the blower blows on high , with or with out a bad resistor block in the controller.
so measure the blower, pins. keyon blower on high.
if the key on black-yel wire is hot 12v then the relay is good
if the blower black white pin is 12v the controller is bad.
try grounding the black -white pin if the blower goes to high
then the controller is bad.

easy no?
if you log in to mitchells like me , all that in 1min work.
looking

Nov 21, 2016 | 2008 Suzuki SX4

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I have a ford fiesta Zetec s and i have a aftermarket stereo wired up but when i turn it on it lights up but no sound please help?


in all modes. new aftermarket or 1970.
the radio will play with radio , cassette, CD, or USB stick and even AUX to the iphone.
so are all dead? if yes,
that means.
the power pin is dead, (lights up does that mean dial lamps or you can see station tuning work, if just back lights that is not radio power
that is the park lights power.
the radio has power wire, main, that must be 12vdc or the radio and amp will be dead.
missing inline fuse. or blown?
most radios have 3 power pins and 1 ground
1: 12vdc power. main
2: 12vdc park lamp circuit, for dial.
3: memory.
4 : ground wire.
take all 4 to work right.
takes 1 and 4 to play music. at say USB port.

Jun 24, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Why won't my horn work on my 1991 jeep cherokee laredo?


the horn is simple , a horn a relay and switch, and fuse 15?.

but is complex by other factors.

1: the clock spring . no air bags in 1991, so very easy.



there are 2 ways to diagnose any horn..

1: hot wire it, does it now honk? if yes, hot wire the relay does it honk now?

2: or use any voltmeter ever made and find out why.



#2 is the save way.



id hot wire the horn and make sure that 1991 ground bolt

mount is really still at ground potential. id bet that bolt has

long sense rusted, and is useless, like most are by now.



the fuse and relay are both in the PDC

the PDC means, engine bay fuse box in gringo. (non jargon)

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

here is 93 for free.

see horn page one and the 2 tests.

or see the schematic.

at there, see the fuse box see fuse 15 (PDC 15?)

same chapter, see PDF page 90 (sheet33)



as you can see if the fuse is good.

12vdc arrives at the Horn relay on 2 pins.

if the horn switch works the relay ENERGIZES (closes)

and 12vdc arrives at the horn, and it honks

if while honking, the horn casing is 12vdc,

then means the horn is no longer grounded, a common happenstance.



if the relay dont energize check the horn ring contacts or connectors to it for continuity.

the relay can be tested, in the car.

like this.

honking

pin 2 and 5 are 12v

pin 1 = 0 volts

pin 4 is 12v, if 0v the relay is bad.



easy huh., ?

May 14, 2014 | 1991 Jeep Cherokee Briarwood

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Blower motor does not work replaced the blower motor, resister, fan switch and relay still does not work


blower , heater dead.?
use a voltmeter, and find out what is wrong, in minutes.
first check voltage to the blower,
on fan high.
got voltage there. then the blower is bad.
no voltage there, then its not the blower bad. its controls or power feed.
my guess is you dont know that fuses that look good can in fact be bad.?>
old post. but here goes.
of lost, use a schematic, they tell you how the circuit works.
click here
on TJ
then heater........
FSM
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

shows 7 things can be wrong. (omg what to do, use a meter)

now click A/C heater page.
same FSM.
got 12vdc to both JB fuse 8 and PDC fuse , keyon,
both sides of fuse must be 12vdc or the fuse is BAD.
got 12vdc to blower relay pin 1, (bad relay if not, or?)
if you have 12vdc on pin1 then then check voltage at
blower B wire,
if wires is at 12vdc that means the blower switch is bad.
if the wire to the switch C3 pin C is 12vdc that means the ground to the heater control is open. correct that
if the pin C3pin C is 0v, that is good, if switch is on high
and the C1 pin A is 12v, that means the switch is bad, or wires to it cut
or the connectors to IT are corroded.

just a $10 walfart DMM meter, and bam , why is know.
no guessing or pulling out hair.
as you can see the dash heater switch grounds the blower.
if it can not ground the motor, the motor will be dead.
that is how it works.

Feb 22, 2014 | 2000 Jeep Wrangler

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Where is the diagnostic port located on a 2000 fiat marea


on a 99 2.0 model you will have 2 diagnostic ports. both of them will be the fiat 3 pin type.

to connect the 3 pin fiat connector to a 16 pin obd2 connector you need 4 lengths of wire. use 3 lengths of wire to connect the 3 pin connector to the obd connector. also use 1 length of wire for power to the obd connector.

on the 16 pin obd2 connector use the following pins
4- chassis ground (connect to ground on 3 pin connector, or any good chassis earth)
5- signal ground (connect to black wire pin on 3 pin connector)
7- k line (connect to white wire pin on 3 pin connector)
16- 12vDC (connect to battery positive terminal)

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What two wires do i put resetor in to by pass security system comming out eg. swich


Normally it's 2 white wires inside an orange casing. This link will help you.

http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/

Jan 04, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Cruise control indicater lights are on but will not engage


Check the cruise control module connector, see if it looks good and there is power to the module over one of the white wires in the 10 pin connector.
There are two white wires going to the module which is located at pins "G" and "J". There should be no voltage at pin "G" until the brake switch is applied. This switch is also used to operate the brake lights. The two wire colors on this switch are white and orange. At pin "J", this signal goes to the PCM to tell it that the cruise control module is engaged. Here is the info on the cruise control connector:

Pin A: gray - cruise control on switch signal: 12VDC with cruise switch on
Pin B: dark blue - cruise control set/coast switch signal: 12VDC with switch pressed
Pin C: gray/black - cruise control resume/accel switch signal: 12VDC with switch pressed
Pin D: brown - cruise control release signal: 12VDC with brake pedal not pressed: 0V when pressed
Pin E: black/white - ground
Pin F: brown - ignition 3 voltage: 12VDC with ignition on
Pin G: white - stop lamp switch signal: 0V with brake pedal not pressed: 12VDC when pressed
Pin H: dark green - cruise control inhibit signal: 0V if PCM detects an inhibit condition
Pin J: white - cruise control engaged signal: voltage (unsure of value, either 12VDC or 5VDC) when signal engaged
Pin K: dark green - vehicle speed signal: 1 to 5 volts depending on speed

This view of connector is facing it after it is separated.

Trying to post the connector view, the lines may not quite line up, but at least it should show you the pin positions.

| F  G H J K |

| E D C B A | 

May 09, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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