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Check again the main wire going in to the switch from the battery that it may have an inline fuse type piece burned out. I've forgotten it's name, but it's a round piece in the wire larger than the wire itself. Other than that, check that the breaker itself in the fuse panel is resetting. That's where the power to switch comes from.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The built in factory anti-theft system disables the fuel pump if it is triggered, or this can be caused by a fault in the anti-theft, those are a few of the reasons, arm and dis-arm anti-theft is it working properly? Follow this procedure to check security system:
The Security System is reset by unlocking the driver's door twice with the Ignition Key, but if it does not reset, most likely the Ignition Lock Cylinder has failed. It has small contacts which 'sense' the pellet on the key and transmits that data to the Anti-theft Module. Often the contacts, or the micro wires, break causing the module to think you have no key in there. The ASR may be illuminating since the Security System is active, trouble codes?
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: alternator not charging
Check for voltage with a multi meter or volt guage most of the GM trigger wires come from the computer and are only 5 volts. 5 volts is not enough to light some test lights. If still nothing the problem is probably the computer. But it can be manually excited. The two terminals in the alternator on the left of the pigtail (when looking from the front of the van) need + power. the far left is the trigger wire the one next to it is ignition power.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: 1992 chevy silverado 1500 ,
If you turn the key and nothing happens, and you bought a new starter and nothing happens (you just wasted $80 or more) check the starter relay by taking a screw driver and touching both the posts at the same time with the screw driver. but first turn your key to the run position (or the click before you would hold it to start) then touch the realy with the screwdriver. to find the relay first follow the positive (red,or "hot") battery cable to a little box type thing probably mounted to the inside of the quarter panel on which side you battery is if still nothing somethings wrong if it starts well you know what it is then go to the parts store and pick one up.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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