Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Well if this is electric then i have the experiance and i can tell you this its expensive ,now check the 50 amp fuse in the power distribution box near the battery and if this fuse is blown then replace it and if you cannot get one then wrap a piece of fues wire around the legs and see what happens ,they often blow the fuse as the fuse will fail with age related fatigue but if goes again then its a new unit which is around 500 euros plus tax trade price ,The unit is not repairable as such as you cannot get it apart because its a sealed unit and even if you do get it apart then no internal workings are sold seperately ,Commonly used on renaults and citreons these units but being used more because of cheap cost of manufacturer
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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