Having a problem where i get a solid connection and all lights are on but sometimes for 10-15 seconds its like i loose connection but all lights are still on altho not blinking anymore. it happens while online gameing, talking on vent or browsing websites. when this happens im still in game or whatever and its like the 10-15 seconds that i miss allcome back in 1 jumble in like 5 seconds. this happens all all 3 comps,2 conn wired and 1 wireless. also 2 wired have been reformatted and all have firewall/virus protection and an sure there are now p2p or viruses.
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Have a second key that is chipped, try changing the key. Sometimes that is all you need to do. You could also have a loose connection at your starter, alternator, or battery. Sometimes that will trip the light and not allow your car to start.
What test did you do? Did the floodlights come on with the sensor switch in the Test position? Did you wait two minutes after turning the circuit on? Is the sensor in the dark? If your answer is yes to those questions, then try the following:
Double check the wiring. Sometimes a wire will come loose if the stranded wire from the fixture is wrapped all the way around a solid house wire. The solution is to gently bend the bare tip of the solid wire in a soft s shape so that the stranded wire does not completely wrap around the solid wire when the wire nut is twisted. (I know that you said the sensor red light is coming on but the additional load of the floodlights' current may not flow if there is a loose connection, very little current needs to flow to operate the sensor.) (The wires should be connected something like this -White from house to white for sensor (and to whites for lights unless this light connection is done internally in the sensor by Heath Zenith), Black from house to sensor, Other colored wire from sensor to lights (again unless this light connection is done internally in the sensor by Heath Zenith)- Also check that the spotlights are not burnt out and that they are tight in the sockets.
Check and make sure the other two connections are solid.Sometimes when the fan gets unplugged, the terminal gets loose and looses connection where it is soldered into the fan motor. Some models need to be a certain temperature in order for the fan to work. You can check voltage to the fan also. There should be 120V to the fan. Makes sure the fan/light switch is pushed in (on some models.)thanks,mhonjosie
I had the same problem. The problem eventually turned out to be a bad connection to the antenna inside the controller. That was one of my first checks trying to trouble shoot it and it seemed tight. I got some replacement parts, changed the receiver but that wasn't the problem, I changed the antenna and it started to go intermittent. I put the old antenna back on and the connection inside finally had worked loose. So I tightened it back up and it has worked perfect ever since with original parts. So I suggest you completely loosen the antenna connection then tighten it back up again and try that.
Chips and relays go bad, but before checking that I would:
Check that you are getting current in the socket that the bulb connects to. Also make sure that the socket is solid and that the connectors are intact.
Make sure all wires are connected. Sometimes the ground wire or others disconnect, but look connected.
I'm sure you pulled out all fuses to check with a flashlight [if you cannot see if on was blown with the naked eye].
Also, odd and obvious as this sounds, sometimes the replacement bulb may be defective too. So I'd have a couple new ones to see if that is the problem.
Follow the wiring to make sure that the wiring or connectors are solid.
Actually disconnect and connect all connectors as sometimes loose connections cannot be seen with the naked eye.
And I would check everything forward and reverse, as it is sometimes to miss something if you only go in one direction. In other words, start at the headlight, then work back to the chips and relays, then start at the chips and relays and work toward the light.
One thing I do is work in a dark place and use a bright flashlight to focus on areas I am checking. Seems to work better than in a lighted garage, etc.