Question about 1995 Chevrolet K1500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unplug cigarette lighter, check circuit, unplug each door individualy at first, Don't forget the back doors, check circuit. Usualy the door wiring is damaged but there may be more then two cigarette lightes depending on the model.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Check the four wheel drive actuator on the front axel. It's on the front right side of the front differential housing. It's round with a big hex on it where you would put a wrench, I think it's 1-1/4". Anyway, follow the wires there's a plug about 6 inches away, unhook the wires going to the actuator. Now see if it still blows the fuse, if the fuse don't blow the actuator is the problem. It just scerws out and the new one screws in and hook up the wires. This is a fairly common problem with those trucks. On the early K series GM had the four wheel drive and the heater fan on the same circuit. The actuator would go bad and blow the fuse so now your stuck in the snow with no heat. I think GM changed that in the later years.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
It sounds like you have a hot wire touching the body. Check & trace the brake hot wires from the rear lights back to the fuse block using a multimeter. Check for continuity between the hot and the body When you find it that wire needs repairing or replacing. It's probably somewhere that the wire has been rubbing against the body for sometime.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Cheak all wiring, one little **** in the wire will make a fuse blow. I had the same problem with my starter and i replaced the starter but it was still blowing the fuse, come to find out it wus a wire burnt into so cheak all wires carfully.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
You can not continue what your doing ,until you have a service
manual or some type of reference material to understand the
system your trying to diagnose.
You only replace a fuse (1) time,then you get out the wiring
diagrams, you should have for all your vehicles
If your not willing to go that far, you will have to hope that
a repair shop or my last choice & never recommend you do,
go to a dealer.
Posted on Sep 20, 2011
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