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4. Check for 12v into the Park Neutral Position (PNP) switch, Purple wire, pin E, while in the crank position. 5. Check for 12v out of the PNP switch, pin G, Purple/White, while in the crank position

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Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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5 parts, in the wiper schematic 2 relays (on/off and hi./low) and the wiper motor and the switch and the controller. so i take my handy voltmeter ($10 at walfart) and measure pin 30 of the wiper relay

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...12v, (coil is hot step 2) is the output 0v, ? bad relay. is the output 12, good, clutch is dead, or wire cut. this works on all relays, now what if the brain (worst case, you didnt spec car) if the ...

...5 the ENG cranks ok I jumped the fuel relay and I got 7v and 8v at the 4 prong fuel pump plug The relays 4 sockets have this reading on the line in 12V, 7V Line out 12V and 0V Replace the TCM to fix ...

Question about 1994 Metro

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...12v means dash lamp out 3: pin 5, transmission cut, or throttle pedal cut out (WOT). 4: pin 4 and 10 , evap core iced up cut, thermister sensor. 5: pin 8, lost 12vdc power. The TCM cut out , to pin 5 ...

...5 has must be 12v, not 0v, and is 2 sensors. the wire color there is green-red. the transaxle cut switch or the throttle cut switch must not be closed and forcing this pin to 0v. yes, use any ...

the horn ring contacts or connectors to it for continuity. the relay can be tested, in the car. like this. honking pin 2 and 5 are 12v pin 1 = 0 volts pin 4 is 12v, if 0v the relay is bad. easy huh.,

12V. if not, check the wires. 3, check the pin 86 is connect the ground when the key is start or on. if not,check the wire from the PCM to pin 86. 4,check PCM out to pin 86 is good. 5,check ECT or CHT

...with a volt meter the 4 pins on relay. pins 3,4,5,6 12v, 12v, 0v and 12v respectively. if the pin 5 never goes to 0v, the immoblizer is unhappy. sorry so small, Fixya shinks it to

...12v. as is pin 5 at all times (called hot all the time ) these above steps finds all both HL dead. (not fuse blown) nobody ever posts country, why? Canada does use different lighting, as do all ...

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