Dannyl answered 4 years ago If your lightswitch is turning green, your floorboard is eaten thru and cutting the harness, or your actions have damaged the fuse, all there is left to do is inspect the light bulb. Funny you should say that tapping into some fuses would interfere with gauges. Oh well, it's running now. After looking some more I found that there was another cable going to the starter but it was black. Hi and thank you for your help in advance. When I put the battery back in I hooked up the negative and the red cable. Dannyl answered 4 years ago If your circuits continue to melt fuses, you may have to repair the wires the installation or replace the component or its parts.
I am having an issue with my work van. There are two fuse panels inside the van as well, built into the ends of the dash, when you open your front doors you will see the acess c … overs. We never store the image file in our host. Or are you having trouble finding the fuse panel? Having a test light can help find the fuses with opens or bad connection. For troubleshooting these problem,i suggest you few solved helps links related to these problem :------ Click the link below:----- No clock, radio, gps, climate control After Battery Cross Jumped? Since you have 3 problems, this says perhaps 2 already existed, or you disturbed things that were unconnected. On one of my newer cars it has a fuse box or junction box under the hood with relays and fuses in it, but I'm not seeing on of those on this van. That's the one to use.
A blower fuse may be 30 amp and the other two may be 20 or even 15 The rest of the info is about how you keep and maintain spare fuses for yourself. I have no idea why. You could order another light and replace it. Also be aware that some devices, like power inverters, can generate signals that interfere with the computers on the vehicle. . The larger panel will have all the high amp fuses. I'm not getting any power at all.
You can see your components in pictures after googling it. There are also some bigger fuses under the hood on the left when you open the hood. There are many fuses that controls dash panel and on-dash lights. I suggest seeking professional help. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info. I had a hell of a time finding it, but it is under the hood on the passenger side, in front of the windshield washer fluid, in the covered box above the battery. Who ever had the van before us did some work with the battery.
Thanks for all your help. You can also find other images like wiring diagram, parts diagram, replacement parts, electrical diagram, repair manuals, engine diagram, engine scheme, wiring harness, fuse box, vacuum diagram, timing belt, timing chain, brakes diagram, transmission diagram, and engine problems. Then I thought it might be the ignition switch, but I'm not getting head lights or dome light or anything. If you cannot use the lighter wires, there are fuse panel additional ports where circuits can be added, but you must fuse the wire with a fuse holder before approaching the panel to connect. If you need to remove any file or want to see the images, please contact original image uploader or browse out there. The fuse was marked alt. When I started the vehicle the mph gauge started to rise and when I went to shut the engine down it wouldnt shut off for like 4 or 5 seconds later after turning the key.
I finally figured it out. It was something really simple and stupid. It is on the right side, just over the fender well. Dannyl answered 4 years ago This always takes time, the book , and concentration. Apr 09, 2016 Each and every fuse is to be visually checked. It will bring you up to the service manual … anyway. The taps you're referring to do work but they can spread the terminal in the fuse box because you're, in effect, making the blade of the fuse twice as fat.
Pull down on the ledge to your left knee's left. You may want to check the main power feed into the key switch from the starter post. If you do use the tap, place it on the hot terminal. There should be two or three fuseable link wires coming off the starter post going to the key switch and the fuse box. If you say what you are finding and test results as well as visual component inspection, people for ths site can offer suggestions. Dannyl answered 4 years ago Are you saying they all share one fuse? You could take careful steps in diagnosis, study the book and read the precautions, pray for the 9 gifts.
Blower circuit can heat up because heater blowers need maintenance, Inspecting yours for a dry shaft and bushings, water washing the lube away, or things that mess with the squirrel cage. We just links any topics about 1993 Chevy G20 Van Fuse Box to many other sites out there. If you have those, that's the best choice. The tester has to be grounded, good luck finding one, the shake brace sometimes has ground, the latch on the truck body side has ground. Now I put the battery back in it and I'm not getting any power to the fuse box. Posted on Mar 02, 2010 Donald, You did not state the model, so I posted the link for the models I found for chevy van fuse box. Dannyl answered 4 years ago Quit smoking, hahaha, no but seriously folks, The power is in the center if the lighter and the ground is the outer cover.