location of the fan relay switch on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
The 1989 Toyota Corolla tail light relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The tail light relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
The 1989 Chevy Silverado pickup truck window wiper relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The relay switch will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The 1989 Honda accord fuel pump relay switch is contained in a square metal box. The switch will have two wires going to it. The switch should be labeled.
where is the horn relay
It is on the fender right beside the coolant reservoir.
The 1989 Honda Accord blower motor relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor relay switch will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The 1989 Acura Legend fuel injection relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The fuel injection relay switch will be in the third column, third from the top.
Bad switch or relay
could be the the headlight switch, dimmer switch, headlight relay, or a problem with the wiring
you gotta take the dash off to get to them :)
In the relay box under the hood.
If I understand your question correctly, your vehicle may have a separate relay for each function. The relay for locking the doors by using the switch has gone bad.
n.a. fuse relay only.
On the passenger side fire wall in engine compartment !
Assuming that has the 4.3 engine, the fuel pump relay should be under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side.
fuse box under hood by batter
on the fuse panel under the steering colum
fuel pump will not run... no fuel to the engine.
GM vehicles do not have an inertia fuel cut off switch.
The '89 Camero RS has an electric fuel pump and a relay to operate it. The relay is "turned on" by the ignition system. When the key is turned to "start" or "run" the relay is energized. (The relay is used so it can be operated from the switch. The pump itself draws too much current for it to be practical to run the pump directly through the ignition switch.) Normally the relay will energize and close and then de-energize and open with the operation of the key (ignition switch). That starts and stops the fuel pump. But if the relay is stuck "on" (the contacts remain closed) then the switch will de-energize it but it will keep the fuel pump powered up. The relay may be mechanically stuck or the contacts may have gotten "welded shut" during operation. Either way, the relay is the primary suspect in this case. Good luck with your troubleshooting and repairs.
Mazda MPV was created in 1989.
Where is instrument panel dash relay on my 1989 cadillac 4.5L
The current value for a 1989 Mazda truck in good working condition is $1,599.
I believe you are refering to the thermal switch for the electric fan. The switch is located on the bottom tank of the radiator on the driver's side (left-hand drive), just above the drain plug. This switch is a thread-in type with two round prongs where the wires connect. To remove/replace, drain the radiator first, then using a 21 mm socket or wrench, unthreadd the switch from the radiator. There is a second switch which threads into the thermostat housing loacted on the back on the engine head. This switch is part of the emmission control system and also controls the electric fan. Before you remove or replace the radiator switch, disconnect the wire from the thermostat housing switch first, to test the rad switch and electric fan. (I had to do this job just last weekend). Cheers Malcolm