Sure she did, the dumb bastard that put on a new filter never tightened it, too two complete turns, but at least he told her she had an oil leak. If you do this and the car will not run long you know the relay is bad. I quickly checked all fuses, tested the relays, and gave the fans 12 volts and they both worked when given power. Of course I still have to replace the compressor which needs a clutch coil. Position varies by year and option so you need to check by wire color. Reverse the process when you're done. Does anyone else know what else I can check? Does that mean the relay is bad? I noticed that when i installed an aftermarket stereo, the chimes all disappeared.
I have removed some coils one layer at a time filling up an empty garbage can with a pile of burnt up wire. You will have to remove the battery. Look in the meantime to see if you can determine if it is externally grounded and if it is hooked up properly. If it's bad then good luck finding one I never did for mine so I made one out of 2 single pole relays. If you are looking at the radiator with the hood opened up, the drain plug is on the bottom right side the side that your battery is on on the back side facing the engine of the radiator. If you want to get rid of it, you could install an aftermarket stereo.
For those who don't have a lift and don't want to crawl. I took off the outer casing to the relay and manually forced the contacts shut and then the clutch kicked on. Ha, a friend came over and told me the quick lube place said she had a severe oil leak under her car. If this is the case then the relay will be about 1. But still doing some research. I didn't even check those wires only because they were still in the factory tape job and visibly didn't look like there was anything wrong.
Hello, The turn signal flasher on this car is integrated into the hazard switch, Here are some diagrams below so you can get the problem fixed. My sensor is a 3 wire sensor. I do not let some 18 year kid change my oil. You will have to remove the battery. After the replaced the 3 wires upto the plug everything kicked on just fine. It is located in the power distribution box under the hood, and is relay 1.
Good Luck and Have A Great Evening. If you are haveing problems with your vehicle not starting and or turning the key, more than likely you need to replace the ignition lock cylinder. You won't need any wrenches to open the drain plug either. Just bought the car 2 days ago for my wife and she is ready to put it up for sale. Your cooling fan has a defective motor. My 98 has a low water relay switch in the radiator about 6 inches down. About the only thing that I haven't done yet is pull out the cluster to see if the switch is working, I am just taking it at face value that it is working since the light is coming on.
Remove the top cover of the fuse center to gain access to the relay. Look at the spare tire, as it was more likely than not the same brand, but that also may not be the case, as I have seen them use a different brand for copact spares. Turn the roller all the way to the right. The ignition lock cylinder is where you place the key to start your vehicle. Iam going on my third relay and I think the cause may be that Iam not getting a good ground on the relay causing it to over heat and go out. Could be shorting out after hot.
Measure the resistance or continuity when the engine is hot from the sending unit body which is grounded to the block, and the output terminal or black wire running to the fan motor. I then hooked up my can of refrigerant to the low pressure valve. When you put power to the clutch it should engage. . I am still kinda confused.
Hope I have been some help, Good luck, Thanks for the info. Even if you replaced it, you could have gotten a bad one. So, I assume I need a new compressor. The wires in the wire harness about 8-10 inches from the plug had actually shorted out and one of the wires was broke. The infinite coil resistance is a separate problem.