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Ya probably the fan switch that you mentioned if u know how to use a multimeter get one thst way you dont buy parts u dont need if u dont know how to use one or what a multimeter is probably cheaper to call an expert
Hi Dave honestly sounds to me like ya could have had an alternator go out on ya. I would check the actual voltage with a meeter, if it is above 12v then I would locate the starter relay in the junction box under the hood and jump the relay and see if the starter engages. another key thing to check is the small wire on the starter as these were prone to bad connection because of the slide on style connection. hope this leads ya in the right direction
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The power supply generates 3 different voltages for the system. The most common cause of the symptom you are describing is a loss of the 5V supply line. This is an internal failure of the power supply that sometimes can be easily fixed, but the cost of repair is likelt to be higher than a replacement supply. A typical power supply will cost around $40. If you have another system around, swap the power supplies between the two. If the system now appears to work, you have confirmed the problem.
By using a prob/test light(make sure that battery is fully charged) If not sure if battery is fully charged try boosting with jumper cables. Then try cranking if not sound like a clicking is heard check power wire at the starter check the fthick one thats bolted on to starter for constant power (should have power all the time as long as battery is connected) then with ignition on and in cranking postion(attenpt to crank)check second wire for power there should be power when key is in crank position and will go out when key is released. IF YOU GET POWER WHEN IN CRANK POSITION .. then the starter is BAD. Replace and that will fix you atrating problem. If ther is NO power from constant power wire then it coul mean a loose positive batter pole or corrosion on terminals or may be a bad fusible link, these links are on the positive battery poll. check and make sure NONE of them are burnt out/broken. This problem could also mean a bad ignition switch too or blown ignition fuse please check all fuse. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA, conatct if you need more help.
sound like you have a dishonest dealer. i dont like to say that but somtimes its true. have you pulled the tail lights and had a look at the wiring and sockets. that would be the first place to look. if you dont find anything let me know ill digg up the wiring diagram for ya.
i have that same problem. when i turn the volume up, it shuts off but comes back on right away. the only thing i can think of is i'm not running the constant power directly from the positive terminal on the battery (which is what is recommended). not sure if thats the solution but im gonna try and wire it right anyway...