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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The insturments on the dash
I had a similar problem several years ago with my 1993 Dodge intrepid. None of the instruments on the dash would work. When this would happen the transmission would not shift past second gear. My heater blower was Not running all the time. What I found was the wiring harness to the ignition switch did not have enough slack in it. This was causing the ignition switch plug to randomly lose contact with the ignition switch. The first thing you need to do is remove the steering column covers. Put the tilt steering all the way up. Look under the steering column cover. There are 2 phillips head screws and 3 recessed T-10 torx tip screws that hold the 2 halves of the cover together and to the steering column. Remove all 5 screws. The handle used to tilt the steering wheel also has to be removed. You will need a T-30 torx tip to remove it. Now carefully remove the bottom half of the cover. The ignition switch wiring harness is under the steering column. I just reached in under the column and gently pulled on the harness until it had a little slack when I left go. Make sure the ignition switch plug is plugged in all the way. You might even want to unplug it and plug it back in several times just in case a slight film of corrosion has accumulated on any of the electrical terminals. This will help clean it off. You could also look inside the plug to make sure none of the terminals are bent or pushed part way out the back. I hope this solves your problem. Mine has not reoccurred in the 8 years since I did this.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
SOURCE: no power to fuses on Fiat 14 ducato van (1987) alternator charging, headlights, horn, hazard all ok, no power to indicators, wipers, heater fan, fuel gauge, temp gauge. all fuses are ok, engine starts
Sounds like the relay is bad, look in the fuse panel or under the dash for a lil black box, they are usually appx 1"' x 1" and there should be several of them. You may want to check owners manual or a repair manual to find the location. They should be listed in the schematic of the fuse box as well.
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
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