check wire continuity- no power no lights
It could be the dimmer switch that will adjust the dash lights
If battery is disconnected or replaced, OBD system needs to reboot which may take up to 200 miles of driving. System should be fine after that.
your control module is bad
If the front end is rattling after shocks were replaced on a 1998 Chevy Z71, it could be possible that a bolt was left in the wheel well behind the hubcap. It is also possible that not all of the bolts were tightened down securely.
There is a relay in the emergency brake which turns them off. Sometimes it can be sticky. pull up on emerg pedal.
If it is missing it is probaly a coil pack
Check the hall sender on the distributor, you can check at the coil connector using a led, it should flash when cranking the engine. After that it is most likely the coil.
You have probably put the distributor back "180 degrees out".
take a volt Ohm meter to either side of one wire then do the same for the other, if the ohm's dont give you a steady reading then the iwre needs to be replaced.
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check the fuses and the flasher.
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I have been to a local shop for the same problem on my 2003 silverado. It is a worn out sensor, it will have to be replaced. In my case I replaced the seat and seatbelt catch and all the sensors from a wreaked 04 silverado.
Did you replace the fuel filter?
The heater core is plugged. Blow it out with a compressor. If that does not work replace the heater core.
?ignition control module/pickup
Need to check the body control module, And all fuses with a test light.
I had the same problem with a 92 mercury with a 3.0 engine. I had replaced the fuel pump and checked the inertia switch, but still no luck. first, turn the key to the "on" position and listen for the "buzz" sound coming from the pump in the tank. If you don't hear it, you're not getting power to the unit. That was my problem. I went through all of the fuses, including the ones in the engine, and found a bad one in the engine compartment. I replaced that fuse, the pump got power, and the car started. There are two sets of fuses on a windstar. One inside the van by ur left foot when you're in the driver's seat, and another bank of fuses in the engine compartment with a bunch of fuses and relays. Check all of them. The owners manual will tell you which fuses control the fuel pump so check them first. hope this helps, steve phx az
There are two different bulbd, 1 for dipped beam and 1 for full beam.
Check the fuseable link.
If it has a power distribution panel under the hood--check fuses and relays in there
They will be modified or replaced as new ones are developed.