The gas gauge, heat gauge, O.D., C/C, rear window defogger, heater, A/C, and seatbelts stopped working
I used some motor wash as per instructions rinsed it off and all the above stopped working. I found a burnt out fuse replaced it and all was good about a day. Then it all stopped again but this time I dont see a burnt fuse does some one know a place to start or put me on the right track ?
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its shorted some where from the fuse to the motor
for sure. the fuse saved the fire.
disconnect the wiper motor and fuse.
and use an ohmmeter to find this short.
0 ohms is short. infinity is good, per above setup./
if not obvious the cause, the wire can be bypassed or unwrapped (hard)
First and for most, check the fuse, that has probably burnt out. I am pretty sure that is the issue. Next if after finding fuse in panel , and replacing it, still don,t work, then next step would be checking washer/wiper motor. Thanks, please let me know, mike from fixya
Check up the fuel storage! (For fuel using cars)
Check up the battery storage! (For battary using cars)
Check up engine and the 'fan' that are they working silly. (For both)
Check up the electric discharger (such as tarking base) (For both)
Check up is it your key isn't work. (For fuel using cars)
Check up is it the sound detecting system broken. (For battery using cars)
The above checking if found as true, FIX IT!!!!
If you have a continuity tester check the fuses if not pull them out and visually check replace any blown fuses .However the problem is more likely to be that the pump on the washer bottle has failed .The lack of noise can mean the motor has burnt out or the fuse has blown so check the fuse first .You can get replacement bottles and motors from scrap dealers quite cheaply A Mondeo bottle and pumps costs £15 as a rough guide Good luck!!!
The problem is not in your AC, but in the HVAC fan motor. There should be a relay and/or a fuse for this, but I'm assuming the fuse is good since you found no blown fuses.
I would try to get an auto manual (you can check them out from your local library) and locate where relay that runs the fan. You can check this, or just replace it (relays are fairly inexpensive).
If that does not solve your issue, then it is almost certain that the fan motor itself is bad, and needs replaced.