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What causes system 3 panel to into alarm when a ground is applied, even though there is no ground on panel

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What to look for? why is this electrical system malfuntioning?

Well that kind of sounds like a bad connection, but it was difficult understanding with no good punctuation... Have you checked the battery terminals? If not, do so, and have your alternator checked too. I've seen some really goofy stuff happen when some vehicles don't get enough power.

Nov 23, 2014 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Electrical Issue. Car not turning over. Charged the battery still won't turn over, all the accs work. Also key locks in, takes like 10 min to get out. I checked all the fuses and they are good. Is this an...

Have the battery checked, if it has a flat cell you may experience bizarre problems
like my mothers lincoln did (radio problems, security system problems, etc.) I would
also check the ground connections to the block and the chassis (I often clean and file
the block before reattaching grounds). Also check under the rubber boots on the
positive for corrosion (which happened on my 04 S-10 and caused a similar condition).
Hope this is useful.

Mar 27, 2011 | 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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I had to change the steering column in my 96 ranger. how can i disarm the factory alarm to allow the truck to start

You have to apply a negative pulse to the wire DARK GREEN/PURPLE located at the Low Drivers Kick Panel. Get a piece of wire and hook one end at ground and the other side just touch the dark green/Purple wire (you must cut just a little bit the wire shell until it shows the copper wire) DO NOT CUT THIS WIRE, JUST PEEL IT. once you apply a ground pulse to this wire the alarm will disarm and you ready to turn the engine ON but after you turn the engine off again the alarm becomes ON, so if you like to keep disarmed leave the ground wire connected to the Dark Green/Purple wire and when you fix the problem just disconnect this wire and you back again at the start point.
LOW DRIVERS KICK PANEL is where you put your foot at the left side against the wall

Jan 10, 2011 | Code-Alarm Code Alarm Transponder

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I am working with a Dayton 2YU39. The name plates states that it has to be powered by 208 volt system. There's a 3-phase panel and a single-phase panel. The 3-pahse panel L1 to ground is 118 volts. L2 is a...

Here's what I think but you will have to check it out...
The fan motor in the 39 heater is a 120V fan there fore it cannot be hooked to the 240 which potentially could have the high (wild) leg as one of the fan legs...
The 240V 36 unit probably has a 240v fan motor....
Now if you were to make sure that the leg that fed the motor was a 120V to ground leg then you will be okay...
Hope you understand where I was going with this...


Oct 27, 2010 | Dayton 2YU44 Electric Heater

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My 98 deville says theft system problem car may not restart and i have checked the ground. i also have put an after market stereo and alarm in could this cause it? what is my problem

I would suspect the problem is with the aftermarket alarm. I would consult the manufacturer of the alarm and see if there are any problems with compatibility with the OEM alarm.

Oct 19, 2010 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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How do i remove the alarm off my 94 chrysler new yorker? it wont let me start car or turn off the alarm.

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Is this a factory alarm? If this is the case you have to apply a negative pulse to the wire color. Light Green/Orange located at the Driver’s kick panel as soon you apply a negative pulse the alarm will be disarmed and if you want to keep disarmed for ever just hook a wire to this Light Green/Orange and connect it direct to ground this way will keep always the alarm in disarm mode

Jun 04, 2010 | Chrysler Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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Electrical issues - Dashboard occasionally turns off completely even though engine can run just fine.. when dashboard turns off the hand "break" turns on without the hand break being applied. Someone...

Sounds like a bad ground somewhere... check all the wiring under the hood, make sure everything is tight. A bad ground can cause all sorts of weird problems.

Mar 22, 2010 | 2001 Honda Civic

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It showes me on the xls60e fire panel ardesseble

An "earth fault" or ground fault is a condition where one of your circuits is grounded or shorted to earth. While all fire alarm systems are normally grounded for circuit board overload protection and personal safety issues, all circuits (bell circuit, smoke detector/heat detector/pull station circuits) should be free of earth grounds. I would suggest if you are not knowledgeable enough to troubleshoot your system you should contact a security/fire alarm installation company to fix the problem. If this is not a viable solution and you want to attempt this on your own try removing each circuit from the panel one at a time. While this will certainly cause additional system troubles, when you remove the circuit causing the earth fault the condition will disappear. You will then need to check all wiring, spice points and devices on that circuit to determine the faulted location.

Feb 03, 2010 | Honeywell Home Security

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Ground Fault circuit Breaker trips each time a load is applied

The most likely causes in their order of probability are: 1) water somewhere in the circuit causing the hot wire to ground; 2) a legitimate trip caused by a defect in a device plugged into the circuit; and 3) a defective GFCI breaker. In the first case, wait until it has been dry for about a week and see if it trips. In the second case, make sure there is nothing plugged into the circuit and try resetting. In the third case go ahead and put the regular breaker in, then put a GFCI outlet into the first box downstream from the breaker. If installed according to the directions, that outlet should protect all of the outlets downstream.

Feb 26, 2009 | Cutler Hammer 1 Pole 15 Amp Ground Fault

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