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Kia Cars &... • 69 views • 1 helpful votes

If you just installed your battery the ECM needs time to boot then relearn where the idle should be as well as how much fuel to add when starting cold. Try leaving the battery in it and if it goes dead you have a drain in the electrical system if not it should work.

Cars & Trucks • 49 views • 0 helpful votes

Jump the switch side of relay with jumper wire, cavities for terminals 30 and 87 in diagram. As you see in diagram, terminal 87 shows to be fuse protected and hot all the time. switch side is left side of relay in diagram. The pump should run with jumper, don't need the key. You can also see fuel pump/oil pressure switch, redundant power supply to the fuel pump. Even w/o the relay, once you crank it enough to bring up oil pressure, that switch closes and the pump should run, depending. fuel pump relay-undefined-undefined-0.jpg

Chevrolet... • 50 views • 3 helpful votes

There are 2 fuses. One for the front windows and One for the rear windows. The fuse panel you need is inside the vehicle. It is behind a panel in the dashboard, at about knee height when you are sitting in the drivers seat. It is often on the side nearest the door. Check fuses 54 and 55. ford-focus-1999-2007_20180512071640526-undefined-undefined-0.jpg

Ford Cars &... • 59 views • 1 helpful votes

with a scan tool or disconnect the battery positive side terminal for around 5 minutes then reconnect

Hyundai Cars &... • 31 views • 0 helpful votes

If it is just rusted, bang on the brake drum with rubber hammer, see if anything comes loose? In the adjuster slot, spray some rust inhibiter, let it set for a while. Just a thought.

2001 Chevrolet... • 45 views • 2 helpful votes

You mean the brake line flare nuts on the end of the lines? I see nothing that looks like a 'plug'. You buy the lines ready made or you have them made a garage, using a brake line flare tool set. eBay sells them ready made.

2006 GMC Canyon • 46 views • 1 helpful votes

The washer fuse should have power (battery voltage) while the ignition switch is in the RUN position. Verify both sides of the fuse have power. If the rear wash functions them it's not the fuse.

The switch signals the Body Control Module (BCM). The BCM energizes the front washer relay.

Input to BCM from switch is BCM connector C1,24 PK. Output from BCM to relay is connector C4 15 OG.

You need to verify continuity from the the switch to the BCM and from the BCM to the relay.

Comment below for further assistance.

2007 Chevrolet... • 31 views • 2 helpful votes

It's known as a Torx head and you can buy the socket to fit it don't try to hammer in an Allen wrench you'll damage the bolt. I hope this helps. Take Care .

Chevrolet Cars &... • 32 views • 1 helpful votes

I would purchase the workshop manual and follow the wiring diagram

Cars & Trucks • 32 views • 1 helpful votes

ford starter-zr311gnndq1yonhubgnsdo3y-6-0.jpg note the diagram for starter relay, the relay has two sides, the switch side, left side in diagram. The control side, right side in diagram. If you used jumper on the switch side and it cranked, but, w/o the jumper, it wouldn't, check the control side of relay for voltage and ground. You can see 15 amp fuse, goes hot with key in the crank position. Also note the transmission range sensor. The bottom black wire on control side is chassis ground. By using jumper on switch side of relay, it bypasses the control side. good luck

2003 Ford F250 • 44 views • 2 helpful votes

most likely a short in system will need a multi meter to test the witing and ignition system

2004 Hyundai... • 28 views • 0 helpful votes

The hot coil is what happens if you plut a battery across it for more than a few minutes. Replace the damaged coil and check for a spark. If no spark, check the points gap and condeser. Never leave the ignition on for more than a minute without the engine running, it damages the coil!

Buick Cars &... • 40 views • 0 helpful votes

Remove door panel and check linkage and retaining clips

Toyota Cars &... • 47 views • 1 helpful votes

ever look under it to see what raises it plastic tubing breaks air shocks leak off then of course the pump might have failed go see a local dealer or mechanic locally

Lincoln Cars &... • 30 views • 0 helpful votes

put a jack under that end and take out the bolts

Mitsubishi Cars... • 32 views • 1 helpful votes

You have dis ignition, correct? You have a coil pack, no distributor? Note the diagram. Take connector loose from icm, use both ends of test light between pink wire, voltage, and solid black wire, ground. Check with key on, If test light comes on, you have voltage and ground to icm and problem is elsewhere. Just a thought? good luck ignition control module-undefined-undefined-0.jpg

2005 Chevrolet... • 30 views • 0 helpful votes

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