You can remove the relay and take it to any auto parts store i.e Napa, Autozone, Advanced auto parts, And they can test the relay for you. Is your car not starting? What you can do is touch the relay with it plugged into the connector and have someone turn your car on (not crank it) you should feel the relay click. If it doesn't click, then the relay is not coming on. I am currently having the same problem with my Camaro except, my relay is good, but there is no power going to the relay. There is one wire that should be consistently hot, usually an orange wire, or in my case, red. If you unplug the relay and use a mutlimeter to check the terminals on the relay connector, there should be one terminal that gets voltage with the car off, if nothing, then relay is not your problem. The problem is in the connector or wiring.
It sounds like the starter relay is the clicking sound. Check to see if power is leaving the relay when the switch is turned to starting mode.
Do it have power through it? Check for relay Do it have power through it? Check for relay
check power to horn - no power to horn -check ground -no power to horn -check relay - no power to relay -check fuse inside car first thing -still no power to relay -check horn button -still no power - possible break in wire
how to test over load relay in power panels
The 1994 Chevrolet Camaro power window relay switch can be found inside of the driver side door. You will need to remove the door panel to access the power window relay switch.
There isn't a relay involved. The power goes from the switch to the fuse and then to the lights.
Check fuse. If good then check if you have power to motor (just need a 12 volt test light) If there is power then need fan motor-if no power check the relay. power to relay then you have found the problem. Relay is in the engine compartment on pass side of firewall. 95% of time the relay is out
The horn relay, the daytime running lights relay and if the vehicle has power door locks, the relay for that too.
It is under the hood in the power distribution center.
Under the hood in the fuse box
where is the fuel pump relay on a 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe
It is located under the hood in the power distribution box.
you need to check the icm in the distributor it has the power to the fuel pump that goes through it on start up. As long as the relay and fuses are good.
I'm not sure but check under the hood on the driver's side in the fuse and relay box
Allright with a voltimitter check your switchs so when you roll them up or down you have power to the switch if not its your door switch. if you do have power check if you have power to your motor. there is no relay switch theres only fuses.
check see if its gitting power if it is then the motor is bad if no power check relay
Under the hood on drivers side it should be mark on the outside of relay and fuse box.
check the ASD relay
Yes, there is a headlight relay,
If none of them are working then you could have a master switch or relay defective.
in order to check the main relay you must have a multi-meter. then you will have to pull the main relay and check it to see if there is any power going threw it. if yes then its something else if no its like a $10 fix.
check the brake light relay under the hood
Check fuse and/or relay.
Check the fuse and relay.