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Hi, I would start by checking there is a click when the button is pressed, if that is ok then that means the starter relay is ok, then I would put some jump leads and use another battery, just to make shore your battery is discharging enough power, if it still doesn't work take out the starter motor and connect it to the battery just to see if it is ok
My guess is you either have a brushwire against the housing or the leads are on the wrong terminal. the red/black goes on the same as the lower brushwire and the black goes on the same as the upper brushwire. The motor should have a 60A breaker, assuming you have 6ga wire. If wire is smaller than 6ga, the breaker should be downsized. To test the control board, check the voltage in and voltage out. Voltage out should vary as you turn the dial.
I believe that car MAY have a wiper recall. Check the net or with a dealer. Models a few years later had the recall. There was a problem with the circuit board that controls the wipers. My 95 Astro had this problem. The car may have the same wiper configurations as the 95. If you are handy with electronic boards you can replace the board or you may be able to repair it. The board is in the box next to the wiper motor. The electrical connection connects directly to the board. Over time the connections for the plug break the solder joints on the board. Take a close look at these solder connections on the board. If they are loose or cracked, resolder all of these connections. They are all in a line on the edge of the board. While you have that apart, check the brushes that connect the motor to the board. There is a circular disc with copper tracks. The brushes and tracks become dirty and don't make good contact. Clean them and apply a light coat of grease. I hope this is helpful for your model car. Mine had the very same problems until I fixed the board. Good Luck Thanks for using FixYa. Gaker
The first thing to check with a multimeter is if the motor is receiving a 120 volts from the control board and the way to do that is put one of your meter leads on a neutral terminal on the board and the other lead to the HEAT terminal on the board, you should get 120 volts. if not the control board is bad and must be replaced. if you are receiving a 120 volts then turn off power to the furnace and set your meter to continuity, Take the white motor lead and put one meter lead to it and then the other meter lead to the other wires from the motor one at a time, u should have resistance if not the motor is bad and must be replaced. Also check the run capacitor connected to the motor, make sure you discharge the capacitor first and then use a meter and check if it;'s working properly.
Something happened when you took it apart. Either you dropped a piece, or the pieces are not lining up properly. Take the controller apart again and double check to make sure that everything will touch the contact points they are supposed to touch as you put it back together again. If it still doesn't work, then you might have accedentally damaged a lead on the little circuit board inside it, and at that point you will probably have to buy a new controller.
It sound like the motor control board is the culprit. Unplug unit then remove shroud then find the 2 leads that connects the motor to the motor control board disconnect them then plug in unit and see if the display blackout after programing the display then hitting start.
There is a small cable that leads from the power strip to the motherboard. If that came unplugged, the motherboard will not get the signal from the power button. Pull the keyboard and power strip back off and check for connection at the power strip and motherboard.
Hi! You can remove the back cover (remove front cover first) and check if the connection is not loose - there's a flexible key board glued to the internal frame - it may loose connection with the main board as key board cable's leads are from graphite - it's very cheap and unreliable solution, cables like these get damaged quite easily. If the cable is in the connector, looks OK, but the keys still won't work - the key board has to be replaced. It comes with the frame. If you feel like repairing it yourself, I can sell you a new frame with the key board. If not, contact your local Kodak service center or me at firstname.lastname@example.org