First physical pull the antenna all the way up, clean the antenna very good with a degreaser, then lubricate it with a silicon spray. Open the trunk, unplug the power to the antenna, start your car with the radio turned on, stop the engine, plug the power source to antenna back in. Try it now, if you still have the same problem, either the relay is stuck and needs replacing or the antenna motor is shorted and needs to be replaced.
the best way is to first ohm it with the antenna disconnected test from center to shield for "open" it should be open then test from center to center for "short" it should be shorted replace the antenna and test the VSWR on your antenna
The wiring in the left turn signal circuit shorted out. Or it can be the socket that the left turn signal light screws into is shorted out. Look for bare wires or corrosion.
There is an overcurrent situation in the circuit, could be a wire shorted to ground.
it no longer rectifies the current it is either open or shorted must be replaced
In most cases corrosion will cause a knock sensor to go bad. The knock sensor can also be shorted out by an electrical surge.
disconnected plug, bad plug, shorted plug, corrosion inside plug, missing plug
The term shorted means to be shorted out of money, change when reciving change from a transaction!
kinda depends what's wrong with it. Replacing it with a new one will remediate almost any problem, except for wiring, shorted antenna, or blown speaker.
shorted a wire? knocked a wire loose?
The blower resistor is internally shorted to power and needs to be replaced.
The wire may be shorted to the frame.
The power antenna is located behind the passenger side front fender behind the front wheel. The motor is shorted out which could be wear and tear or driving through deep water. I think you have to remove the fender to get at it. VBdenny
Kinda depends what's wrong with it. Replacing it with a new one will remediate almost any problem, except for wiring, shorted antenna, or blown speaker.car is off and radio is still on
Could be any number of things: * burnt out bulb, * blown fuse, * bulb loose in light socket, * corrosion in the light socket, * wire disconnected or shorted out.
You probably have shorted wires inside the combo switch. The assembly will need to be replaced.
something on that circuit is shorted, the short needs to be repaired.
The code refers to the front oxygen sensor on bank 1. That O2 sensor needs to be replaced or the wiring has come loose or is shorted out.
If you have just replaced this starter then you probably have it hooked up incorrectly. If it is still the same old starter, then it has shorted out inside and needs to be replaced.
Remove both battery cables and be sure there isn't any corrosion and then reinstall them and be sure they are tight. If that does not fix the problem then check the power distribution box and be sure it hasn't shorted.
I had the same problem it was a shorted wire under the driverside causing the fuse to blow when you turn the ignition my downstream oxygen sensor wires shorted out (melted and fused together). check for anything shorted out connecting that fuse.
its proally shorted out if you have had a small piece of metal example loose change it needs to be replaced or check the fuse
Analysing a circuit with a shorted component need specialised electrical test equipment.
A blown fuse indicates a shorted circuit somewhere in the system. Could be a shorted power wire to ground, or a shorted componet in the system.