Yea im not getting power in the 2,3,4,5,6 position in the underdash fuse box and im also getting no power in the 2 relays witch i think or in the hi beam and low beam place in the engine car not getting...
The only power in the inertia switch is when the fuel pump wire has power-and only when the pump is demanded to run-during the initial pressurizing of fuel lines (for about 2 seconds) when key is turned to ON, during cranking, and during running of the engine.
Power to the fuse block will come from the power distribution box-the fuse/relay block-under the hood. Check all your maxi fuses. One of them will supply power to the fuses, or if not them, then there will be a fusible link just off the battery that distributes power to various circuits, including the fuse box. But first check the maxi fuses. Same for the relays: the power feed for them will also be a power distributor- a maxi fuse or fusible link.
If a wiring diagram would help you, register for free at autozone.com, listing make, model, year, and engine size. Car specific wiring diagrams and repair procedures are then available to you. Look under repair guides, may have to look around for wiring diagrams, sometimes under chassis electrical,
sometimes a stand alone entry, but it's there. Also a component location guide-it may show where or what those two relays are. The wiring diagram may show, should show, how power gets directed to the fuse box. Good luck.
Sep 24, 2013 |
2001 Ford Taurus