Fuel pump relay, horn relay, daytime running lights relay and if there is a fourth relay it would be for the power door locks.
Where's DRL fuse
Check fuses, breakers and relay in power distribution box
Look in the fuse box for a fuse marked DT lights
fuse box under the dash drivers side, the small relay next to the turn signal flasher..
The horn relay, the daytime running lights relay and if the vehicle has power door locks, the relay for that too.
If memory serves me right, fuel pump relay, daytime running lights relay, horn relay and if there is a fourth one, power door lock relay.
my 1997 Chevy k1500 well run fine and then it trips fuel pump relay
If you live in the United States, your Intrepid will not have running lights. If your car is from Canada however, it will. Either way, the Daytime Running Light module is in the relay box under the hood, on the right hand side
there isn't a relay for the daytime running lights, it uses the headlight relay, if you want to disable them, theres a fuse you can remove in the fuse box, i did it to mine, but i don't remember how the fuse is marked, its just for the lights, nothing else, possibly DL or DLR
where is my cooling fan relay controll circuit located in a 1997 Chevy lumina, 3.1 engine
I have a 1997 Chevy Blazer 4DR and the relay is located underneath the glove box.
Look for a?æbox located in the glove compartment marked "relays" of the 1997 Chevy S10. The horn relay is the first one on the left.
The bulbs are burnt out.
Ensure relays and parking brake switch are properly functioning.
the starter relay.
I know that the 1 on the far left is the fuel relay
The A/C relay on a 1997 Chevy S-10 is located on the firewall of the engine compartment. It is to the right of the blower motor. This relay is part of a bank of relays and should be the third one from the left side, as a person is facing it.
The 1997 Chevy Astro fuel relay switch is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The fuel relay switch will be in the center of the firewall.
under the hood ,behind the battery.
Remove the fuse or the relay.
Locks up the torque converter.