Where is relay 363 located on Audi cabriolet 1999?
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\n Answer \n. \nCheck all of the fuses with a test light.\n. \nIt is the same fuse as your interior lights. Its the 4th one down on the right side or your fuse panel. Its a 15.
Answer . \nHAYNES'S AUTO REPAIR GUIDE does give an indication for the fuel pump relay on pg. 12-19 (it's in the wiring diagram on that page) UNBFORTUNATELY, IT'S FOR THE 2000 MODEL ELANTRA.\n. \nOn 1999 and earlier models a fuel pump relay is incorporated into an overall Engine Control Module (…ECM). There are fuses listed in many parts catalog for 2 ECM fuses for the 1996-99 Elantra -- one each is found in the passenger and engine fuse boxes, respectively.\n. \nUnfortunately, neither is marked per se on the fuse box covers, so I guess you just look for the odd burnt out fuse in each box.\n. \nHere's a hyperlink to cut and paste for all the fuses listed in catalog at Rock Parts Auto:\n. \nhttps://www.rockauto.com/dbphp/mak,HYUNDAI,1997,ELANTRA,1171033,1.8L+1795cc+L4+MFI+%28M%29\n. \nHope this helps. (MORE)
Should be the same as my 1995, which is the same generation. Remove the plastic panel that is by the driver's side door near the floor (close to the speaker when the door is closed and underneath the fuse box). There is a metal plate with two screws. It's attached to the other side of the metal plat…e. Hope that helped. -- Idlewire (MORE)
Answer . My owners manuel list the blower relay as being in slot 12 in the fuse box under the hood on the drivers side.
Answer . \nFor an Audi A4 year 2001-2005:\n. \nThere are 4 screws that hold the head light unit in place, you need to remove the complete unit to gain access to the bulbs.\n. \n1. you will have to mask off the bumper under the head light first, this will stop you damaging the paintwork.\n. \n2…. you now have to pull off the electrical connector block this is done by squeezing the small bridge on the side of the block.\n. \n3. remove the top 2 screws completely, then slacking off the bottom 2 screws but don't remove them.\n. \n4. now slowly pull the head light unit out being careful not to damage the paintwork.\n. \n5. lay the unit on a towel to stop it from damaging whilst you unclip the back cover, these bulbs are H7 55 watt.\n. \n6. replace bulb and reinstall same as removal. job done. (MORE)
Answer . \nIt maybe a 'shared' fuse that is called 'acc' or with the horn, dome lights, etc.
fuses are on the drivers side of the dashboard take off the side panel with screw driver relays are set back on the left side of the steering wheel take off the panel under steering wheel look down in relay box is right there (left side)
\nWhat engine do you have?\n. \nOn the 2.8 V6 there are 2. On bank 1 (passenger side), it's on the front of the valvecover. On bank 2 (driver's side) it's on the rear of the valvecover. Not easy to see, lots of parts obstruction. The sensor takes its reading off the rotating camshaft.
I have a 99 4runner 3.4 V6 AT. My starter relay is located in the main fuse box located directly behind the battery ( on the driver's side of the engine compartment). I have been having problems with starting my car- only hearing a single click each time I turned the ignition. I have replaced the ba…ttery and battery terminals, to no avail.. I have checked the connections at the starter motor and they look fine. I am now in the process of replacing the starter relay before I go through the trouble of removing the starter motor. Another blog site had an entry which parallelled my problem, and the writer went through 4 new starters before finally replacing the relay (which fixed the problem). I hope I have the same result today when I snap in the new relay.. By the way, to remove the starter relay switch, locate its position from the diagram on the outside cover of the fuse box, then use a flat head screwdriver to separate the plastic housing from the relay switch and lift up. If you pull too hard, you may crack the relay cover and kill yourself (just kidding).. As a precaution, I always disconnect the battery before starting. (MORE)
Answer . the relay should be next to the fan on the radiator shroud. Correct Answer: . The radiator cooling fan fuse is #1 on the fuse box. The 1988-1989 Cabriolets have a two-stage cooling fan relay, which is mounted to the left fender in front of the battery.
The heater blower relay is under the dashboard on the passenger side of the compartment. It can be located by looking up underneath the glove compartment, and attaches itself to the ductwork. It is held in by 2 small screws and has wires attached and visible. The relay is easily replaced. That i…s where the resistor is... The relay is to the right of the fuse box on the driver side near the parking brake. there are a row of relays and they are (from top to bottom): tail lamp relay, ignition relay, accessory relay, rear window defogger relay, and the bottom one is your blower motor relay. The resistor is in the ductwork on the passenger side. both cost around $20 and I have been able to find a motor for around $30. All are easily accessible and easy to replace (MORE)
An Audi A4 1999 hasn't a relay switch. There are control moduleslocated at each door instead. If windows or doors need repairexamine fuses first.Ã
Horn relay? Fuel pump relay? AC clutch relay? HVAC blower motor relay? Most of these are located in the engine compartment under the hood.
It is located under the dash on the driver's side. Follow the steering column up from the floor. The relay is a metal square shape about the size of a pack of cigerettes. It has metal cooling fins and one plastic wire plug. Good luck
It is connected to the back of your Hazard Flasher. I just had to change mine. About $65.00 to $70.00. Couple of clips at the bottom of front panel then it just pops out.
I have a 99 Sunfire GT. It is just behind the glove box in the back right corner right under the dash. It a regular size relay (about 1 X 1 X 2) and mine was white. My horn died recently, the relay clicks when the horn button is pushed (that's how I found it). I'm hoping that it's just the relay as …I can't find the horn. Good luck getting it out, it's in a awkward place. (MORE)
The 1999 Cadillac Deville headlight relay switch can be found inthe fuse box. The headlight relay switch will be in the thirdcolumn, second from the top.
The main relay in my 99 civic vp is against the right wall next to the glove box in the dash. Take the glove box out; 2 screws on the bottom of the box. Take the screw out of the right trim pannel, and also the screw out of the trim pannel that wrapps around the dash next to the door. Both pannels w…ill come out with a good careful pull. The main relay is located inside the passenger dash area and the bolt that holds the main relay is held in place by a 10mm bolt on the outside right dash pannel. (MORE)
No one knows where the starter relay is, not even subaruthemselves. I called them and they couldn't answer me. How lame isthat
You can find the starter relay switch in the fuse box. The starterrelay switch will be one of the relay switch is in the thirdcolumn. The exact location should be listed on the inside cover ofthe fuse box.
The 1988 VW flasher relay switch can be found behind the driversside dashboard. The flasher relay switch will be behind the farleft hand side of the dashboard.
not positive but on my 2000 it is the top 50 amp fuse in the small fusebox under the hood on the passenger side.
It is located under the steering wheel next to the drivers side left foot...if it rattles it needs to be replaced.
It is in the power distribution center under the hood. It has a black cover and on the inside underside it will tell you where everything is located. First you need to spray a small amount of carburetor cleaner in the intake to see if it will run. If it does Not then the problem is NOT fuel related.… If it does and dies, you will need someone to crank the engine while someone bangs on the gas tank. If it starts and runs then the fuel pump is DEFECTIVE. (MORE)
It is underneath the radio in the hazard switch itself. The relay is built into the switch
i am looking for fuel pump for 99 Chevy Malibu where fuel loacation please tell me now
your starter relay is pretty much your starter solenoid, its located 1 ft to the right of your battery, mounted on your firewall and has a black plastic shroud covering it. Its held on be 2 bolts, prolly 5/16, and has 2 large terminals, and has 1 small terminal coming from your ignition switch.. yo…ur starter relay is pretty much your starter solenoid, its located 1 ft to the right of your battery, mounted on your firewall and has a black plastic shroud covering it. Its held on be 2 bolts, prolly 5/16, and has 2 large terminals, and has 1 small terminal coming from your ignition switch. (MORE)
Passenger side in front of the wheel well. On the quattro it is mounted veritical instead of horizontal on the front wheel drive. If you endeavor to replace it, know that you have to loosen a couple of bolts on the fuel tank and wedge a 2x4 between the fuel filter to get a metric wrench on the fuel …strap. (MORE)
Having the same problem, i believe it to be at the back left side under the bonnet. (Apparently there are 2 fuse boxed there and 1 under the back seat.)
the relay is a black box that is located on a wire socket panel quite low (near the floor) on the left-side wall of the driver's cab, all the way front, near the clutch padel. The relay is on the very top of the panel. Looked for a little black relay. It just says "Relay, Toyota".
it is located under the steering wheel column. unscrew the cover under the dash and it should be there. that's where it is on my Volvo s80
Well you probably do not have a working horn, so go to an autoparts store and buy a horn relay for your car. Once you buyelectrical items, it is yours>no return policy of electricalstuff at all parts stores.< It will most likely be either analuminum sugar cube sized box or black plastic box same siz…e. (MORE)
There are a couple of use locations:. The main one is to the rear of the engine compartment under the bonnet roughly in line with the steering wheel. The box has a plastic cover which opens upwards when the retaining clips are depressed. You can remove the lid by sliding it to the right (right ha…nd drive models) when open. There are also fuses under the driver side dash behind the shelf (bolt mounts) under the steering wheel. (MORE)
It is in the the truck lid - too gain access to it you need to remove the liner - . -remove the one visible screw located in an indentation on the passenger side of the lid . -remove the emergency opening handle: separate the green plastic section from the rest of the handle and there will be a to…rx screw under there. . -remove the plastic cover on the latch mechanism-it may be difficult but it is not glued or screwed . -pull of the liner - there are about 6 or 8 metal clips that just pull out of their insertion points in the lid. . Then you will see an enormously complex, ridiculously over-engineered collection of wires, plates and black boxes. I believe the antenna is the copper-colored plate. I think the black boxes are amplifiers. However, I have found no (useful) information on the net actually describing what these items are or how they work together. . Good luck. (MORE)
i don't know, but on a mustang gt, under the door, there is this step plate that clips on and off. i found some fuses in there for the windows so you may wanna look under where the door latches. at the bottom
The fuse box for the 1996 Audi Cabriolet is under the hood on the driver's side in the area where the windshield wipers are (behind and above the cowl). It's right in the corner of driver's side. Snap open the top cover, slide to the right out of hinges and remove fuse cover.
The cooling fan relay for a 1999 Contour should be in the fuse boxunder the hood. It is close to the battery, and the lid should showthe location of the relay.
The blower motor relay for high speed would be located in the power distribution box under the hood.
The thermostat is behind the timing belt on the front of the right hand bank of cylinders. You need to remove the top engine cover, front engine cover, serpentine belt and tensioner, and the timing belt covers to see the thermostat housing. I'm in the process of doing this right now, so it's new …to me. There are hoses which connect to an alloy body on the right. This alloy body is the thermostat housing. It seems to be held on by 2 bolts on the left hand side of this housing. Google for a picture of the housing to get a better idea. (MORE)
On a 1999 Ford Windstar : ( relay # 207 is the fuel pump relay ) In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in thefront of your engine compartment , near the battery
there are 3 relays down at the bottom between the 2 fans you will have to remove the plastic splash panel from under radiator support to get to them
The relay is located on the driver side in a box closest to the firewall in the engine compartment. Its under the ECU and in some cases there will be some water on the bottom of the box. You first have to remove the windshield wiper arms and lift up on the plastic cowl to access the screws.
In the Power Distribution Box in your engine compartment ( PD BOX is " live " ) Relay # 29 is the fuel pump relay ( it's beside relay # 25 which is the A/C clutch relay )
In the fuse box under the left side of the instument panel. It is a small rectangular box at the bottom right.
Take the kick panel on the passenger side, right below the glove box, off and then look up and you should see what you seek.
It would be in the Power Distribution Center under the hood, usually on the driver's side; the cover to the box will usually have a guide on the underside of it giving you the locations of specific relays and fuses.
1996 AUDI CABRIOLET THERMOSTAT OF 2.8L V 6 Finding it and replacing it are two different questions. You cannot see it without removing parts. The thermostat housing is bolted to the front of the engine, behind the belts, and attached by two 10mm bolts. The housing is ukalele (sp?) shaped, pointin…g down and toward the passenger side. You can see the bottom end which has two hoses attached, low on the passenger side of the car. The bottom radiator hose is one of them. To find it you must remove the plastic cosmetic "beauty" cowling that covers the top and front of the engine. There are plastic screws on the top part. 1) Now you can see the serpentine belt. Make note of its pattern, or photograph it before you proceed. You will probably enjoy some working room, which you can easily get if you remove the fan housing from the radiator. Then there will be plenty of room. (The fan housing is attached by 2 10mm bolts at the top and it will slide up and out if you loosen the top hose and the wires to the fans. The fan wires do not seem to unplug at he fans but you can disconnect them from their attachments under the drivers' side headlight, by removing their two 10 mm bolts. This is most easily done from underneath, so jack the drivers side up enough that you can reach them). 2) To remove the serpentine belt you twist the belt tensioner, (a 17mm socket will work the belt tensioner, by turning it clockwise as you face the engine). 3) Remove the belt tensioner (use a 10mm Allen wrench). 4) Then you can remove the plastic covers for the timing belts. They are attached only by clips and tight fit. Loosen the clips, then remove the drivers side cover first. Now you can see the bolted on portion of thermostat housing, attached with two 10 mm bolts located very close to the timing belt. One high, one low Reaching them is possible, but ridiculous. You are nearly there, but here is the part that will have you cursing the engineer. NOTE: I DID ALL OF THE ABOVE TODAY. IF I HAD HAD THESE DIRECTIONS, IT WOULD HAVE TAKEN 45 MINUTES SO FAR. 5) Removing the thermostat housing without removing or damaging the timing belt is the tricky part. Some say you can pry it out from behind, some say use a pry bar or turn the engine with a wrench and pull the belt 1/2 off the passenger side pulley to provide that 3/4 inch of room you need to wiggle it free. I AM ABOUT TO TRY THIS AGAIN TODAY 1/19/12! Note: Timing belt removal supposedly requires a special brace that holds the cranks in position. Very few shops have one. I have marked my belt and each pulley with a marker, just in case. If the TIMING belt gets broken, I understand that the cost will be over $1400 at a competent shop. I'd have an ugly belt replaced before failure or sell it. I am not a mechanic, but a DIYer. I can do my jeep's thermostat in 15 minutes, so I thought it was worth a try. Wish me luck! (MORE)
In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment Full size relay ( # 304 ) is the PCM relay according to the Owner Guide
In the fuse box next to the battery. In the fuse box next to the battery.
If you are looking for an Audi Cabriolet, here are a few auto dealers you might try: Audi USA, Atlanta Audi Dealers, Audi North America. You may also try 'traders' such as Car And Driver, Auto Trader, or Motor Trend.