The car was operating fine, then after changing all of the fuses on the drivers side of te vehicle it doesnt turn on at all... Nothing else was touched at all but the fuses.. I havent heard of something like this ever happening till experiencing it... When I turn the key the engine pretty normal other than the fact it wont start. Should i just put the old fuses back into the vehicle????
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Re: My car Just Stoped turning over
Why did you change the fuses? Fuses do not require periodic replacement. Either they are good or they are bad. Sounds like you did not put a fuse back in it's proper place. When you turn the key on, does the Check Engine light come on? If it does not, then the main computer is not receiving any power from the fuse box.
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First check on the drivers awareness of operation knobs from the interior of vehicle. The drivers is required to familiarise with vehicle lightening knobs, buttons or switches dependign on the brand of volks wagen or type of vehicle. Also, the type of brand may allow for lightening to fucntion only when the vehicle is turned on completely and not on ingnition battery test alert. Insert the key in the ingnition to turn on the vehicle. Usuing the available switches either on the dashboard area at drivers side to ascertain which powers the signal lights. The same switshe smay be situated on the steering where as stick levers. Second, the vehicles power supply from bateries including electrical wirings, light blubs and finally when in fucntioning order is indication of drivers unfamiliarity ith operations functionality from within vehicle.
the relay can be found in the fuse box thats located under the hood open the box and look for the fuse or relay that says fuel pump. this fuse box is usually on the drivers side of the vehicle but it can also be on the passenger side.
Your vehicle has a drivers door control module,and a passenger doors control module that operates all the other dorrs except the drivers door.I have seen more than my fair share of drivers door modules go bad in the earlier models. Check the connections if the are ok you probally need a new module.Which will need to be programed to your vehicle.
if your vehicle lights are working all the fuses will be good. follow the cable from the towing socket on your vehicle , it will most likely go behind one of the rear lights to connect into your cars system,
check your tester where the cables join and you should find the problem. hope this helps.
start looking at the wiring harness in the door frame it sounds like it is broken
failing thet did it get wet recently ?
water inside of switches will film the contacts and all of a suden they dont work
or might it have been pop
the wife spilled diet coke on a keyboard once
took about 40 seconds 1/2 te keys stoped working.
diet coke plus switches epecialy in newer cars doesnt work well unless you dont want em to work ever again
Driver side, under the dashboard left hand side you will find a box. To the right hand side of the box, there will be a bkack color knob. pull/turn the knob. The box will open downwards. Fuse # 23 is for te Backup light.