1994 xj6 circuit failure but all fuses are ok?
Ok on jx6 jaguar power frome battery to igniton switch /next to central micro processer /next gear swith no tranmission /next to starter relay /next to starter motor /in haynes book its on page12-17 find book at autozone auto parts it's was 25 buck it help alittle for me. Frist test battery cable and ground
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Yes all electronics are protected by fuses or circuit breakers. Read More
Yes and No. Circuit breakers, fuses, and switches all interrupt power flow when opened. Circuit breakers and fuses are current limiting devices that are designed to protect the wiring. They typically are tripped, or blown which automatically causes the circuit to be opened. Circuit breakers and fuses should not be used as switches. Switches are designed to only interrupt power flow. Read More
On a short circuit trip; the fuses have to be replaced with new ones. On a breaker all that has to be done is it has to be reset. and it a simpel prossess. Read More
Your brake lights and now the horn are out on your 1994 Volvo you changed the bulbs and checked the fuses and both seem fine all the rest of the electrical and lights are working do you think its elec?
If the brake lights & horn are on the same fused circuit the most likely cause of the problem is an open circuit before the fuse. Read More
Other than the brightness of the bulbs what is an advantage of a parallel circuit compared with a series circuit?
In a parallel circuit the failure of one bulb reduces the light of that one bulb. In a series circuit the failure of any bulb causes all bulbs to stop producing light because the circuit itself fails. A break in a series circuit stops the current flow to the whole circuit. A break in a parallel circuit stops the flow only in that parallel branch, not the whole circuit. This independence from system loss by… Read More
Some fuses/circuit breakers blown? Some cables not connected? Read More
1990 240 DL - Brakes lights are out - no owners manual - Fuse box open which fuse do you check for this?
Check all the fuses and replace all of the blown fuses. If you still have no brake lights check your brake light switch. The brake light circuit also runs through a red cylindrical shaped relay called the "failure sensor" which lights and indicator bulb in the intrument cluster if a brake light bulb or some other bulb has failed. Internal failure in this part will often have the symptom "No brake lights". Read More
1989 XJ6 - Circuit One Failure Replaced fuse fan ac compressor and still get blown fuse wcircuit one failure occurring Anyone know why or how to fix?
fuses blow because their amperage is exceeded. you have a short somewhere, or the coil on the ac compressor is drawing too much current. DO NOT PUT A HIGHER RATED FUSE IN PLACE OF THE OLD ONE!!!!!!!!!!! that will cause more problems (such as a fire) is you have a wiring schematic, you can unplug all items less one, and try that until the fuse blows. you can also try to splice in fuses (of… Read More
The fuses are labeled on the cover. When you remove the cover if you look on the underside it says are fuse locations and what they are for. Inside the car the right panel (passenger) under the radio has all the fuses labeled on the back of the cover Read More
They are a compleat circuit if one light is bad it will not work Read More
Fuses, breakers and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters all protect circuits. Read More
You can easily replace it but you need to know why it blew in the first place. All fuses are marked on the fuse box or in the drivers manual as to which circuit they protect. Determine which circuit that blown fuse protects and inspect that circuit for troubles. Read More
It is going to take some detective work. Each circuit is protected by a fuse. Not knowing which circuit is at fault, you need to diagnose which circuit has a problem, then trace all the wiring looking for damaged or pinched wires involved with that circuit. Read More
Are you blowing fuses or are the bulbs blowing? Blowing fuses would be a sign of any wires or metal contacts in your brake circuit grounding out or shorting on themselves. You'll have to check all of the wiring in your brake light/switch circuit to be sure. Read More
I wouldn't recommend it. Aircooled VW fuses are pointy ended, and the fusebox on an aircooled VW is designed with them in mind. Technically, you COULD replace the fusebox and use glass fuses, but if I was going to all that trouble I'd change to either the modern plastic fuses or to circuit breakers. Read More
If you have no power windows power locks or power to the moonroof but all your fuses check good what else should you check?
check the circuit braeker Read More
After you have checked all of the obvious things, thermostat, outdoor fuses and the circuit breaker you`ll have to call somebody. Read More
My 1994 vw golf had a little diagram on the pannel i removed to get to all the fuses. Read More
Check all fuses, especially the brake light circuit. Shift interlock and stop lights are the same circuit. Could be a problem in the steering column (turn signal stalk) not opening circuit Read More
The advantages of a circuit breaker are: they are smaller in size than fuses better versions may have electronic trips so they can adjust trip curve to suite circuit design easier for end user to reset (no touching live parts) no waiting to reset (as with fuses - spare must be found) no cost associated with resetting unlike cost of replacement fuses easier when ground fault protection is needed The disadvantages of a circuit breaker… Read More
How do you get the interior lights and the lights in the dashboard of a 1994 Geo Tracker to work all of the fuses have been changed?
change the headlight switch ! Read More
check your relays and fuses. if they are all good, check the fan motor. Read More
No... Under the hood has relays but all fuses are located inside the car, under the steering wheel area, just pop off the access pannel and there they are. Read More
headlight have a circuit breaker insted of fuses for safety purposes take a volt meter and see if u have power to the lights if not trace wires back until u do Read More
Check if all fuses are working and see if there is any circuit short. Also check if the ignition switch is in a proper working condition. Read More
I replaced the coil wire in my 1994 dodge ram 2500 after it touched the exhaust manifold and melted but i now have no spark?
sounds like the coil wire melting to the exhaust caused a short circuit in the ignition system, check all your ignition fuses (at the fuse box most likely under the hood) and go from there. Read More
They go bad after awhile it's time to check all of your fuses to see what all needs to be replaced if you see more fuses blown check your local napa checker autozone or whatever auto parts store for replacements. Check the wiring loom for the circuit involved. It is likely that it has chaffed against the frame and shorted to it. Read More
Most homes (probably all homes) are wired in a parallel circuit (actually several parallel circuits and a few dedicated circuits) so that in the event of the failure of one device in the circuit, the rest will continue to function. Read More
have you tryed all the fuses then check if the bulbs are good Read More
Miniature circuit breakers or MCBs are used to replace fuses that protect individual pieces of electrical equipment and the circuits which supply them with power. In the case of tripping because of a current overload, MCBs are very easy to reset, which is much simpler to do that having to replace blown fuses. MCBs also trip to stop the current from flowing much faster than fuses can operate. However MCBs are not better than fuses… Read More
check the fuses first, there should b a fuse for the instrument panel check the fuses first, there should b a fuse for the instrument panel Read More
Why would the power windows not work on a 98 Chevy Malibu if the circuit breaker has just been replaced?
check all the fuses some times they are labled wrong Read More
Why don't the blinkers work on a 95 Bonneville if you have checked the fuses and still cannot find the problem.?
it might be the hazard switch all the blinker circuit runs through it. Read More
What would cause low beam headlights not work when all other lights work including high beams and fuses are all good on a 2009 Chevy Colorado?
A short in the low beam circuit. Read More
With power going to the blower motor in your 1994 Cadillac Deville at all times even with key off but the motor will not run?
First of all there shouldn't be power to the motor with the key off. If there is power and the motor doesn't work either the motor is bad or there is a bad ground or bad switch or possibly a fuse. Something is not completing the circuit. I'm sure you checked all for the related fuses first? This should get you started. Read More
A fuse box diagram for a 1994 Hyundai Excel is found on the fuse box itself. Underneath the cover of the fuse box will be a sticker labeling all the fuses. Read More
first of all there are NO circuit breakers on the '93 civic at all, there are only fuses. The fuse panel is located on the driverside under the dash close to the kick panel. Refer to the fuse guide located on the panel on the underside of the dash...... Read More
It does not matter what line in (the phase or neutral) is the fuse. In a closed series circuit current in all areas of the circuit is equal. It's best to put the fuses in both wires (phase and neutral) and even better for each individual device in the chain. Read More
A short circuit either in your wiring system or electrical panel could cause your fuses to blow. Most likely, it would be caused by a burned out wire which is frayed and touching a piece of metal in your vehicle. Read More
There are no disadvantages of circuit breakers. If you have fuses in your home, one time or another you surley have replaced them. Circuit breakers only need to be turned back on. No disadvantage there. Answer The main disadvantage is that a circuit breaker is a mechanical device, and all mechanical devices can go wrong. Fuses, on the other hand, are 'fail safe' devices; if they fail, then they cut off the current. One disadvantage… Read More
check under the hood. drivers side above wheel well. black box with a wing nut on it. my fuses and circuit breakers are all there... A 2001 also has another fuse block on the end of the driver side of the dash. Read More
According to the owners manual, it appears to be fuse 7, 13, or 20. All are 5 amp fuses. Read More
They should be in your fuse box. You need to get a check light and check all your fuses and replace any that are blown. Sincerely Willie Window motors are powered by the "Accessory" circuit. Most likely it is protected by a 30Amp circuit breaker, not a fuse. It is located in the fuse panel in the slot marked "ACC". It looks like a fuse but has a metal case. Read More
Did you check all the fuses? Other things would be a wiring harness connector becoming unseated or dirty, all the bulbs are burnt out or a wire is cut. Read More
I have a 93 and my A/C switch quit working so i checked all the fuses and found a 15 amp one blown, it was not designated as the A/C however after replacing the blown fuse the A/C worked again. So my advice would be to check all your fuses. Read More
Remove the panel on the right side of the car The panel is under the glove box and conects to the center console On the back of the panel the fuses are labeled. Check all the 10 amp fuses Read More
Working brake lights are important for safety reasons while driving. It is important to check all of the wiring, if the brake lights are not working and the fuses and bulbs have been checked. Read More
Its normal. There's two components to electrical power: voltage and current. A voltage is merely a "potential" to do electrical work. The amount of resistance in a circuit with respect to the amount of potential is what determines how much current flows. Its simple ohms law: Voltage = Current * Resistance, Power = Voltage * Current. Pulling the fuses out of the fuse box leaves an open circuit, which is an infinite amount of resistance… Read More
Why would a 1994 Olds Achieva hazard lights not work when all other turn signals and tail lights work and all fuses are good?
There is sometimes a separate flasher for the four way curcuit. Read More
Why do my brake lights and cruise control not work on 2001 ford explorer sport even though all other lights work?
The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault. Read More