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Checked all the fuses and they're fine. Not sure if this has anything to do with the problem, but it happened right after I picked up the car from its 90K mile tune-up...more

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Acura | Windshield Wipers | Entertainment

I got pulled over because my brake lights weren't working. Anyway, after tinkering around trying to figure out what was wrong, I realized that everything works perfectly...more

Since I'm an electrician not a mechanic I figured I might be able to troubleshoot the problem. All fuses seemed to be ok by sight and checked good with my meter...more

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Chevrolet | Compressor | Refrigerant

Fuse, relay, a circuit breaker or whatever on a 1990 Dodge Caravan 3.0 liter fuel-injected engine? Also, is it possible to get to the fuel pump, which is in the gas tank...more

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Dodge | Fuel Pump | Fuel Tank

Why don't we go right to the source of the problem and disconnect the system there? Look underneath the driver's seat for a relay with a tan & light green, an orange...more

Windows being the plural form of the word is important. We know that both the right-front and right-rear power window motors are inoperable. Since it's uncommon that...more

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GMC | Power Windows | Wiring/Circuits

After the impact the ABS light on the dash came on. I brought the car into the Lexus dealer where they replaced, what they called a fusible link...more

None of the power windows work in an Olds Aurora. Trying to find out if there's a relay that could be causing the problem, and if so, where is it located and how to test...more

The coolant fans do not come on as fast as they should, and the temperature gauge creeps into the overheat range. I changed the temperature sensor, the relays and fuses...more

Turn the key and the ignition switch sends 12-volts to the starter relay. They starter relay then completes a higher amperage circuit to the starter itself...more

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Toyota | Starter
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