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Sounds like you have a broken or lose wire. This happens a lot due to pulling on a cord or just bad connections sometimes. A lose wire should should have sound again if you move it around. You can try and solder it back, if you have the know how or there is not a lot you can do. Also, it could be your system you are plugging it into but this is rare. Sorry, best I can do....
pull off cap first from engine look inside it pull the rest of the cord out to the end then grab the not onthe pully while holding it pull the rope out after that wind pully all thee way up shuve a new cord throug houseing pully then slowly let rewind up until it stops cut the rope 6 inchs in front of cap hole restall cap to motor slip your starter rope threw grip that you pull pullthe cord attached to handle out two feet hold onto rope cut handle loose slip[ and tie handle again to the houseing rope dont let go of the rope after that let it rewind back up done
This works best with two people. Remove cover and pull cord will be inside cover. If your handle on pull cord is attatched to a metal ring up on the handle, you will need 8 foot of new pull cord.
With all the old cord removed, wind cord pulley 6 revolunations, now, have someone hold the pulley, while you string the new cord thru pulley and out the cord hole on cover. Be sure to put a knot on the end going thru pulley. Draw cord all the way thru and out of the cover. Attatch the handle and let it rewind. You will have extra cord, this will be used up going from engine up the handle. I hope this helps
ok take the screen and the play/back buttons off and gentely lift the screen dont pullit off completely it will never work again there is a cord or what ever connecting the screen to the cercuit board do not disconect it or put a rip in it while you are lifting the screen. once you do that you will see two screws take those two screws out put them to the side in a safe place (the screws i mean) once you do that lift the curcuit board up and there will be a cord connected to the battery and cercuit board disconnect the cord from the battery end. once you do that flip the curcuit board over you will see a peace of electrical tape pull it off then reconnect the battery and put it all back together. if you have any questions email me at BLACK4DOOR1989@YAHOO.COM
youve got a short!!!!
with the car off and everything turned off
disconect the postive battey cable,if you get an arc then youve got a short
hook it back up and pull one fuse
then disconect the battery again
repeat this process till you dont get an arc
then you will find where your short is
ok this is a decently common problem. there is a black wire and an ornge wire in the wire bundle to the driver door.disconect the battery, then pinch the taps on the black shielding going in to the door and pull out the junction, pull the black shielding back and disconect the harness to the door, then pull the shielding all the way back and fix the one or two broken wires. good luck and i hope i helped enough if not id be glad to awnser more
Same thing happened to me. I had no current comming to the ignition, no lights in the dash. I took out each relay and put it in again. Also i disconected all wires joining the ignition an reconected again, and any joinings comming from battery to ignition. I dont know what helped but it started anyway and runs fine.
I would operate one by one mirrors left-right,radio, electric locks. I would first dont operate side mirrors and observe if fuse remain then leave radio disconected (dont power on or remove its wire harness). If with radio disconnected fuse is not blown, i would use electrical locking and test again. Good Luck
Have you checked the AC power pin (where the AC cord plugs in)?
Chances are that the pin has come loose from tugging and pulling on it. When this happens the battery charging is intermittent at best. The parts to fix this problem are usually under $10 but the labor if you take it in is gonna run $100-$200. You can repair it yourself if you're comfortable working with electronic components. Not that tough. WHen you get it fixed, invest in a Cable Retention device to keep it from happening again.