might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.
You may want to start with the brake fuse. If you still have turn signals and lights. you may also want to check the brake electical relay switch in the relay box Check as well the brake switch located at the brake pedal.
Posible relay problem
The fuel pump relay on that 92 Blazer with the 4.3 engine is located under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side, if there is more than one relay there, it's the one closest to the drivers fender.
In my '96 beretta the cooling fan relay switch is located on the drivers side strut tower. That may not be the problem. If your fan still won't work after changing the relay switch try the coolant temperature switch/sensor.
try a blower motor resistor
If the fuel system is still holding pressure the car will start and run until the fuel runs out, The relay turns on the fuel pump.
Had ther same problem, ignition switch fixed it.
A potential relay operates on the voltage potential created by the induced voltage in the starting winding of the motor. It is an electromagnetic switch whose coil is wired directly in to the motor circuit. When power is applied to the circuit, the motor starts . As the motor attains its running speed the start winding acts as an auto generator and the voltage potential produced energizes the relay coil which cuts out the start capacitor and the start winding . The start winding still acts as an auto generator , however , and continues to produce enough power to keep the relay energized.
I would suspect The hazard switch has failed and/or the flasher relay also. Replace the relay first & see if problem still exsists. If does, hold onto relay & replace hazard switch or combination of both.
Check wiring at starter Check battery cables for looseness or corrosion "Rap" starter with a hammer to see if brushes are stuck and need replacing Engine seized?
the is a relay switch i think on the right side of the transmission housing up near the exaust if that is what you are asking DARKSEID007 My Advice: The relay should be located on the frame of the van behind the passenger side headlight inside of the engine compartment along side 2 other relays on a 3 prong bracket. I hope this helps you and if it still does not start then it is beyond my helpful area of knowledge. DARKSEID007
Theres a possibility that you have a connection break in the lines them self on the window. Normally when this happens you will have some of them (the lines) work but not all of them. The fuse for that is located in the fuse box. As for the relay I have no idea.
Answer NO NO NO ITS YOUR STALK SWITCH ALL YOU DO IS SPRAY SWITCH CLEANER JOB DONE NO MORE CLICKSI thin the switch is also the relay that's why it clicks
i have a Mercedes 1995 e320 and the car wont start i change the starter and it still wont start for the ignition but if i turn the key and then go to the starter it will start i tried putting it in neutral and starting it but still didnt work and there is a loud buzzing noise that's coming from under the hood could it be a relay or ignition i don't know i have a Mercedes 1995 e320 and the car wont start i change the starter and it still wont start for the ignition but if i turn the key and then go to the starter it will start i tried putting it in neutral and starting it but still didnt work and there is a loud buzzing noise that's coming from under the hood could it be a relay or ignition i don't know
If niether L/R signal works, it's likely that you have a bad blinker relay or switch. The relay is the best place to start (very inexpensive and usually easy to access). If it still doesn't work with a new relay installed, you'll have to get into the steering column to troubleshoot the switch. I hope this helps, as I'm about to try the same thing for my '86 s-10 pickup. Good luck!
my 2003 Ford Expedition seem to have a fuel or relay malfunction. I can get the truck to crank if the doors are locked and unlocked several times, but it still will not start at all.
Sounds more like no fuel or no spark.
Check the fuse, and the Turn Signal Flasher Relay. The hazzard lights have a separate relay.
I have a 2004 ford f150 heritage supercab i changed the fuel pump because it did't have any power and still no power all fuse are good and relay
If you have a new starter with solenoid,do you still wire it to the firewall solenoid switch?Because wire is smoking on the switch and battery terminals. No rotation,just clicking.
ignition switch i promise
new fuel pump in my 95 grand am se but still not working
I have replaced the battery coils alternator fuel pump and all but my car still will not start now I'm hearing something about relay switch or cam shaft does it have a fuel filter?