A loose kill switch wire on your out board motor will cause the engine to lose power. As the kill switch loses contact the motor will begin to bog down or completely quit.
Remove switch panel and jump wires on switch- if this works bad switch Remove door panel and see if the motor is getting power-if it is getting power, bad motor
For what type of motor?
9 outta 10 times it will be a bad power window motor. I rarely see the window switch go bad.
Check power to window switch. Common cause. Check power to window motor. If none then check fuses/relays.
It will be either defective fan switch, motor itself, blower motor resistor pack, blown fuse, or defective wiring. If the blower runs on high but no other speed, suspect the resistor pack.
check power going to the switch , and power coming out of the switch ,if no power check fuses and wiring for open or shorts , then remove door panel and bench test the motor basically put power to the window motor
Check the fuse Check to see if you are getting power to the switch -if so see if you are getting power to the motor - if so probably a bad motor
See if you are getting power to it - if so bad motor If not check fuse relay breaker Check to see if you are getting power and ground to switch
You've got to use a test light to see if there is electricity getting to the switch. First check to see if it's getting past the fuse - then to the switch with the switch off - then through the switch with the switch on - finally to the blower motor.
It is the wiper control module mounted on top of the wiper motor. Available at most auto parts stores for just under $30. The salespeople have limited knowledge of this part and will try to sell you everything from a wiper motor to the wiper switch on the steering wheel. The correct name and part number is Wiper Motor Pulse Board Module 81-158pb.
Check in this order: Fuse, Switch, Motor, Wiring. See the Sources and Related Links section below for wiper blade information.