does the vehicle have an alarm, or does it have an electric switch in the cab to open the trunk remotely
My guess would be speaker wire.
On top of the engine..Two black blocks that have wires coming out of it
power = light green ground = black
it's inside the trunk latch... just follow the wires...
The problem probably isn't your fuse. The wiring that goes into the trunk lid is most likely cut because of a bad design. There are 8 wires going into the trunk (4 positives + 4 black colored grounds). The trunk release, two back up lights and a believe the 4th set of wiring is for the spoiler brake light if equipped, but not sure. Access the trunk by using the emergency release lever mid way down the trunk lid. You can get to it via the back seat opening. Once the trunk is open. Look on the right side you will see a black wire loom going into the trunk lid. Cut it open with a razor blade. You will see broken wires in there. I had 4 broken wires (3 ground and one positive) Fix the wiring by adding on a little extra and soldiering like colored pieces together. The wiring in the trunk is basically just to short so I would consider fixing all 8 wires and stuffing the extra length into the body of the car and trunk lid.
On the 323 and 95 1.8 liter, the Mass Airflow Sensor and the IAT are in one unit. I'm not sure which wires are which on your car but I believe it's the green/pink and red/black wires. Hope this helps! -Christian Riehlc@rider.edu
Looking at your engine you will see on top 2 black blocks (coils) and wires that come out of them into the engine. Pull the wires from the engine, and unscrew the coils from the top and remove them. Once you do, youll be able to see the plugs and remove them.
This is a common problem on this Charger model. Most people are finding broken wires inside the rubber boot that routes wires from the trunk lid to the trunk. Pull the rubber grommet (passenger side of trunk) back and inspect the wires. You will find one or more broken. If you have any electrical skills, it is an easy fix. Good luck!
First you need to build or buy a box that fits the style of your trunk, then install your subwoofers into the box. Before you put the box in your trunk install your amp and wires. Feed your subwoofer wires through the side of the back seat, there should be a hole in the firewall that leads into the trunk, you will need someone to pull the wires through the fire wall into the trunk while your feeding the wires through the wall. Then connect your speaker wires to the inputs of your subwoofers then set your box in the trunk and slide it back as far as you can(all the way back if possible) and that should do it!!!
go into the trunk and disconnect the wires and then pull the speakers out from the trunk and replace.
Unplug the wires going to the trunk latch.
Three warning signs include:Odd fumes from trunkVisible UXOs and wiresAbandoned in a peculiar placeThree warning signs include:Odd fumes from trunkVisible UXOs and wiresAbandoned in a peculiar placeVisible uxo's and wiresodd fumes from trunkabandoned in a peculiar place
you must have cut wires inside the wiring harness between the trunk and body. open trunk and you will see a rubber cover for the wires on top. open it and repair the wires.
Both red and black wires carry current.
It depends on the situation and what the black and white wires connect to.
Depending on what year your protege is, it may be distributorless. They take coil packs.
This one really sucks. You have to purchase a new set of wires for your protege, and Mazda makes this really expensive.($210.00) Nology makes a really good set that you can order on the internet. It is a special set up since Mazda uses a coil on plug system.
Bad switch, somewhere, OR... a dorr is ajar. The Trunk Switch has a real problem with the Focus in that it is does not fully close due to dirt or corrosion. Suggest Synthetic grease with a brush all over the sliding parts. You will see 2 wires Black and Red leading to the Latch of the Trunk and these are the wires that the Alarm and Warning Light sense from. You might also have a problem with opening the trunk due to the same problem. Hope this helps.
Maybe what you are referring to is the telephone receiver that is located in the package shelf when it's lowered. It's a little black box with wires going to it. Can't use it because the phone is analog.
Check in order- the bulb, for any loose wires or connectors at the light, the fuse, or your car doesn't think your trunk is open- so find the switch that contacts your trunk when it is closed and see if it stuck and check its wires and connectors. Hope this helps
What you need to do is open the trunk. Then you need to remove the liner in the back of the trunk closest to you then you can see the wires the twist out.
None.In standard single phase wiring there are 3 wires: hot (black), neutral (white), and ground (green). Each has a different purpose and none can be used for any other purpose.
Red and Black wires are hot, White wires are neutral, and Green or bare wires are ground
I had a similar problem on my 2002 Protege....would hesitate and feel like it would almost stall out... ended up needing a tune up and replacing some wires. not a major repair, cost me about $300
Hot wires in home are normally colored black. And ground wires in computers are normally colored black as well.