You have to take the steering wheel off the take all that assembly behind the sterring wheel apart then take the sub dash off and take two bolts off between the sub dash and dash then right behind that should be two copper looking pises that fit together and pull that metal sterring collomn out the it chould be right there bhing you key hole screwed in it is a white relay looking piece
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This is not the resistor. There is a relay on the fuse board that makes the fan's full speed work, it must be replaced or refurbished. Any additional questions, please email me email@example.com Greetings from Brazil!
The 1993 90 instrument cluster is very sensitive. Even having bulbs out can mess it up. You should consider replacing the ignition switch. It is easy you can do it yourself, do NOT let Audi dealer's service tell you it's $500 to do it. You can get the part for less than 30 bucks on ebay. Undo the screws under the steering wheel, take off the plastic, take out the 2 screws on the instrument cluster, take out the cluster enough to see the ignition switch. THis is the tricky part: get a small screw driver and LOOSEN the small screws that keep the ignition switch in place.Replace. Re-tighten, put it all back and you're done.
Ignition switch is EVERYTHING in this car. Oh, do not by the switch with the pink plastic where the key would go, buy the WHITE.
need more info, do you mean on the dash or the controller, How do you know its not functioning? There are 2 sensors on the fox one is on the radiator and other is on the engine check to see if it has 2 0r 3 conections when replacing Im a wiz at foxes Ive had a den of them
I have the same problem with my 86 GL 4WD. One day it started to turn, and then lost all power. I couldn't even turn on the lights. I have played with the ignition switch wires, and gotten it to fire. I think there may be a short somewhere in the switch or the wires to the harness, but I have not isolated it yet. You might check your ignition switch and wiring...
sounds stupid, but try replacing the ingition seitvk, I had same problem with my 97 Jimmy, did everything you did befor replacing the ignition harness. bad wires in ignition switch sends low voltage to trans harness
You can get wiring diagrams from autozone.com -- they have parts of repair manuals online. I have the smae problem but the person I got my 88 fox gl from wired up a switch going to the fuel pump that you have to leave on while driving. I"m probably giong to fix this soon. It looks like the wire powering the fuel pump relay comes from the ignition switch. So if the pump side of the relay is good, but aren't getting power, you may want to see if your ignition switch isn't providing power on one wire, going to the fuel pump relay.