the relay switch maybe stickin
The switch or the relay, check the cheapest, or simplest thing first, which could be the relay, but the symptom points more to the switch.
Yes it could.
Try checking your fuel pump, by turning the switch to the on position, listen for the fuel pump to pressure. If it does pressure then check your relay under the hood in the fuse box. Hope this helps.
possibly the relay switch
Blown fuse? Bad relay? Bad switch? Burned out motor?
That would depend entirely on which relay you are referring to.
Yes. The relay that controls the turn signals is built in the switch.
Where would I finf the relay switch on a 96 Grand Am?.
check the library for a shop manual and wiring diagrams, assuming your talking about the A/C, there is a low freon pressure switch you can jump TEMPORARILY to see if the compressor and circuit are ok..good luck:)
Faulty horn switch, faulty horn relay, or a short to power somewhere in the wiring. Power should be constant at the 30 pole of the relay, and should only be present at the 86 pole when the horn switch is depressed.
I'm not positive but, i don't think the '95 galant or other yrs. have a "pump relay switch". they do have a pressure regulator and a relief valve. i would check your local dodge or Mitsubishi dealer and ask them.
There are several things that can cause your day time running the light relay switch to malfunction in your 2001 Chevy. The most common cause is a loose or corroded ground wire.
The turn indicator relay in an Audi TT is integrated with the hazard switch. To replace the relay you would need to replace the hazard switch.
Bad switch or transmission not completely in park. Try putting a little pressure on the gearshift.
if a fuel pump relay is bad the fuel pump will not even come on. It could cause the vehicle to stall but I would look elsewhere first. Have a mechanic check the fuel pressure. You can check the relay by applying 12 volts to the coil side of the relay and that will cause the contacts to close and you can check voltage at the contact side of the relay. If your fuel pressure is fine I would check the ignition system. Are you getting fire to all your spark plugs. Is the check engine light on? The ignition control module can cause a stall when it get hot. More troubleshooting is needed to pin point the problem.. 1997 are prone to having a bad ignition switch. It can cause stalling, hard shifting, crazy dashlights, hard start, no start,
On vehicles that are equipped with a RELAY for the A/C system. You will find that if you have a faulty RELAY that the A/C sytem will not work. This is because the relay acts as a switch to supply power to the sytem when the switch is engaged. When one goes bad it could be broked, burt or in most cases stuck in the closed position.
Assuming you have replaced the fuel pump relay, try replacing the engine oil pressure switch/sending unit. It doubles as a safety switch for the fuel pump.
dependsummmm well it depends on which relay we are talking about where is the relay switch panel on the 1996 s-10 pickup located i need to replace the relay switch my horn son't blow when the engine is running but will blow when the engine is off it will blow strange i was told it neede to have a relay switch i have the switch but don't know where to install it any help? ThanksWhere did you get the switch? what relay did they tell you to replace?The horn relay is located in the relay center located in the glove compartment. The horn relay would be the second one from the left, the fist one being the fuel pump relay.
bad ground or wiring, bad switch/button, bad horn, bad horn relay, fuse.
Headlights need to be on for starters. Blown bulb, relay, or switch.
Your heater relay switch may be bad