The cruise is ran by the same fuses that power the computerThe cruise is ran by the same fuses that power the computer
Fuses only need to be changed when they blow. They are not a wear item.
Not directly. There are fuses for the engine computer and it is what turns the light on.Not directly. There are fuses for the engine computer and it is what turns the light on.
That varies from computer to computer depending on how much power it needs. Some computers even have several different fuses.
Crankshaft sensor. It makes both or the signals to those work. Good Luck!
There are no cruise specific fuses. The cruise power comes from the engine computer.There are no cruise specific fuses. The cruise power comes from the engine computer.
Have you checked for trouble codes in the engine computer? Do you have access to a scan tool? You need a scan tool so you can see if the cam and crank sensors are reading. Are all fuses good? Is the battery full charge? Is there voltage to the distributor? Is the distributor turning?
First thing to check is that you check engine light comes on when the key is turned on. This is simple indication that your ignition circuit is powering up the computer. Then check that the fuel pump and automatic shutdown relays are working. If you lift the hood the relays are located in front of the battery in the power distribution box with a number of fuses. Check all the fuses in the box as well as all the fuses under the dash.
well if there is no spark, the distributor is bad.
start with checking the fuses, coil wire, distributor cap and rotor.
Check fuel pump,filter,relay switch,fuses,etc. or spark plugs,wires and distributor cap.
my dashboard lights went out, changed fuses, they worked for one day then went out again,all fuses are good.
The headlights are controlled by the computer attached to the under hood fuse box. There are no external fuses.
The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.
There is at least 1 fuse in the power supply of a computer usually located at the back top of the computer case. If a short occurs in any of the computer hardware, this fuse will blow, preventing damage to the power supply.
check your distributor cap and rotor, check the coil, check the wires, check fuses for ignition.
Many things protect a computer from electrostatic discharge such as linear voltage regulators and fuses.
Start with checking main fuses usually near battery. may also be on battery + cable. Computer is probably fine. Fuses are there to protect this component.
ECM the computer can be the problem if no start and even when truck will start but is inconsistant at starting and stalling. If the ECM has not been changed in 5 to 6 years then it is likely due. Any moisture problems on the drivers floor will likely increase the odds of it being the computer. Joe
see if there is a small coil in the bottom of the distributor, you have to pull the distributor out to replace it
Likely, bad ignition module also check all fuses
Its the brown wire from the distributor, goes to the fuses/relays on your firewall. unhook that and you will have your base timing.
Your Headlight relay may be dead.
my 99 transport dash fuses are in the glove compartment right in the back. i hope they never changed there position since then and i hope it helps you!!
Might be turn signal flasher