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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no brake lights
The two wires running the length of the truck are most likely a 12volt pwr supply,a ground or trailer brake signal wire.usually for charging a camper trailer battery and trailer brakes, check the brake lamp fuses in your fuse centre,most likely 10a.replace if open.if they still are inop,check with a test lamp to see if pwr is at the light sockets,(clamp of test light to good ground,usually white wire for brake)if no pwr is there then make your way to where the trailer plug was installed and check for pwr there(make sure your brake peddle is depressed during these tests,with key off as not to pwr up the park lamps)also check the ground at the same time(usually black)by reversing your test lamp(clamp to 12v)your brake switch could also be faulty(switch with button on arm of brake peddle).pick up a chiltons or haynes service manual to help with wiring diagrams and wire colors.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: Corroded battery cable?
To do a good job if you havent already done it is to tip hot water over the battery term and it will dry clean ,,if corroded term then replace it but you dont have to buy with a new lead ,,only a positive term only and then hot water over the battery lug when new term on then spray with Hair spray .
If battery cable dident corrod with other battery then your battery is either charging more than 13.5 volts and or battery post to battery is cracked
Wash and spray then check first
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: Radio cuts out windows dont work
I have the same problem with my 96 camaro. I checked the fuses box and the radio, windows and IP dimmer fuses don't have power. More likely is a short in the motor of one of the windows.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Replace the valve stem or have it replaced. There is a special tool to unscrew the valve stem. Remove the wheel and tire from the car and depress the pin in the stem to release the air in the tire. When you have about 90% of the air out of the tire, insert the tool into the stem an turn counterclockwise to remove. After you install the new valve stem, get a ride to a gas station that offers free air and fill the tire up. As long as the tire is still seated to the lip of the rim (check just for your safety but I very highly doubt it unseated from the rim) and fill the tire to the cold psi rating which is stamped on the sidewall of the tire. If you want to check the tire itself for a slow leak prior to doing the steps above, here is what to do. Get a pan or plastic tub that is sightly wider and longer than the tire and rim. Fill the tub with water and set them it in the water (while it is still filled with air) and slowly roll the tire in place and look for small air bubbles to rise. If you see bubbles, there is a leak.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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