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My 2008 saturn vue headlight on drivers side works on his beam but will not work on low beam. We checked the fuses they or ok

In the diagram for left low beam, the top wire color is voltage, black wire is ground. Check them both.
Have you tried swapping bulb from one side to the other to see if problem follows the bulb. If it does, then of course the bulb is the problem. Don't touch bulb with bare fingers. I can't rule out a wiring problem? At the proper fuse did you check for voltage, use a test lite.

Nov 11, 2016 | Saturn Cars & Trucks

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code po306 refers to cylinder 6 misfire detected===causes ---engine mechanical fault--wiring--ignition/ fuel system--injector--ECT/MAF sensor--ECM

the pressure is good so rule out mechanical fault
injectors being cleaned and tested so rule out injectors
fuel pressure not tested to see if it is average or minimum
check MAF sensor for correct voltage and/ or resistance
IF the misfire moved when the plug and wires were swapped then check the wires and connections . If not then check distributor cap for crack or dirty in side the cap allowing shorting of the HT spark

Jul 18, 2014 | Dodge Caravan Cars & Trucks

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1999 cadillac seville wiring diagram

Check wiring with a test light or volt meter. switch lights to low beam, connect volt meter N probe to a good ground then probe the light socket for the low beam power cable, should show battery voltage, now switch to high beam and test for battery voltage if ok remove the grounded meter probe and probe the cable in the socket that you have not tested this is the ground cable, battery voltage should show if ground cable is ok. If no voltage repair cable ,If voltage present check filament on bulb high beam perhaps the new bulb is faulty.

Jul 10, 2014 | 1999 Cadillac Seville

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Rear windshielf wiper not working

{: ) Check first the WPR fuse 20amp at the underhood fuseblock. If okay, check the operation of the REARWPR relay. You should hear or feel a click when you turn on the rear wiper switch. Or you can try swapping it with another similar relay that is known to be working. If not successful, then a deeper test should be performed like voltage and signal tests, testing for open or shorted components and the wirings.

Jun 29, 2011 | 2006 GMC Envoy

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Having trouble getting truck to start needs to put jumper cables to start battery still good

You need to take it for a Starter Draw test. This will show how much juice the starter needs to spin. Autozone and Oreillys will test for free.

If the starter tests good, have your battery voltage checked. On Ford products the batteries need to be fully charged which is about 13.2 - 13.4 Volts. Ford products have sensitive Antitheft sytems and when the Battery voltage drops to a predetermined level, the Theft system cuts the starter voltage down to 6- 7 Volts making it difficult to start.

Once you get these tests you will know whats going on. If the starter tests good you may have to connect a Voltmeter to the big cable down at the starter. Then have someone crank the engine and see how much Voltage is at the starter. If you have another battery at 13.2- 13.4 Volts just swap for a test and see what happens.

Feb 09, 2011 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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2006 onvoy, my rear washer pump does not come on? front washer pump works and headlight pump works also?

{: ) Check first the WPR fuse 20amp at the underhood fuseblock. If okay, check the operation of the REARWPR relay. You should hear or feel a click when you turn on the rear wiper switch. Or you can try swapping it with another similar relay that is known to be working. If not successful, then a deeper test should be performed like voltage and signal tests, testing for open or shorted components and the wirings

Nov 30, 2010 | 2006 GMC Envoy

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It won't turn over but the lights are working tho

Just because the lights work does not rule out the battery. Take the battery cables off, remove the battery and have it load tested. If ok, since the cables are off look at the ends of the cables and clean them if necessary, Reinstall the battery and try to start. If it cranks over your battery or connections to it was the problem. If it does not start you will need to check voltage to the starter. I would recommend using a volt meter but a 12v test light may also be used. Check the voltage to the large cable connected to the starter solenoid, make sure you have battery voltage (12volts). Next hook your meter to the smaller wire on your starter solenoid, this is the crank signal wire. With someone holding the key in start position check for voltage to the wire. Should have 12volts.If you have 12v on this wire then your starter is getting proper voltage and needs replacing. If no voltage is present the you will need th check that feed circuit. Could be a neutral safty switch or clutch switch(if you have one). Even the ignition switch could be bad. If no voltage is present on your solenoid signal wire get a wiring diagram and check voltage from switch to starter. Good luck!

Mar 13, 2010 | 1986 Chevrolet Camaro

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1994 jeep cherokee lerado wont start and doesnt even turn-over. Its showing that it has 12 volts and lights and radio come on stong. Whats could be the problem?

First, try starting in neutral. If the neutral safety switch is worn out, often that will help. Next, make sure the battery terminals are clean where they make contact with the battery posts (remove and use sandpaper or whatever you have to remove any corrosion.) If your cables have replacement ends, be sure that the wires are clean under the attachment straps. Check the small trigger wire on the starter for voltage with the key turned to "start" If there is no voltage there check the starter relay in the power distribution center near the battery. (you can swap it with any relay that has the same # on top)
If there is voltage there, check the large cable. There should be 12v there at all times. Remember that grounding is just as important as the hot side of the system...make sure ground wire to the engine and to the fender is clean at it's attachment point. If the starter has proper voltage in testing, likely the starter is bad (providing engine can be turned by hand. If starter has not failed it can be due to an ignition switch failure but that does not often happen.
Never assume a battery is good because it has 12volts...internal breakdown of a cell connection can cause a disconnect under starter load. Always test with a fully charged and load tested battery.
A test light is OK for testing but using a volt meter will tell you more than just if there are volts there, it will tell you how many, often giving you a clue to bad connections.
More likely than not the battery connections are dirty, but if not, something here has to help!
good luck!

Mar 04, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Voltage drop test

A voltage drop test is done using a DVOM. Set the meter to the DC voltage scale. Depending on the side of the cicuit you are on, place the positive lead on the most positive end of the cable.(closest to the positive terminal) and the negative on the other side of your cable/connection.Then exercise it. ( IE: Turn the headlight switch when checking voltage drop across the ground). The meter should read as close to zero volts as possible. (acceptable to rise up to 0.03v on the ground side) The reading you get is the amount that the cable or connection you are checking is drawing from your 12v source. You should do this to check for concerns in a circuit, so do not clean the connections until you perform the test.I hope this is helpful, if you need more info., drop me a line.

Aug 31, 2008 | 1997 Chevrolet Blazer

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