Gina, Battery could be faulty have it checked, if battery OK, check all fuses/relays,connections/plugs, damaged wires,etc., take car in and have checked for a parasitic draw.
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Could have a problem with the fuel pump, partially blocked or seized and drawing too much current thru the FPDM. Also, pinched fuel line on either side of the pump or v dirty fuel filter could also cause pump to work too hard. Can you put a smaller fuse inline with pump motor, so that it blows before FPDM is damaged?
Hello Philippe , sorry for the late reply, but I'll weigh in on this issue...
It sounds to me that you need a new Fan/Blower motor resistor. It basically is a paddle type fan speed resistor, that controls fan/blower motor speeds. (It doesn't sound like the blower motor itself, but it is possible. if it were, that is a easy DIY fix as well)
This is a common issue on many cars after they have aged, so no worries, it's actually quite an easy fix that you can do yourself.
The resistor should be located just under and behind your glove box. it has a plug running to it with a connector which you will disconnect, and then has a screw to unscrew out, and you just pull out of the resistor and replace with one, that you can buy at basically any auto-parts store.
There are YouTube videos online that will walk you through it, it's an easy DIY repair. This is one of many found:
Won't start how ? Is it a no crank - no start , this is when you turn the key to the start position an nothing happens ! Or is it a Crank -no start . You turn the key to start the engine spins but doesn't start ?
All depends what you mean by warning lamp.
Early Alternators used to have a terminal connected to the "Star" winding inside. A 12v lamp connected between here and ground will light up when a charge is available.
But.... the simplest method is to buy LED charge lamp which checked for voltages above 12v (12.5 to 14v} and lights up showing a charge. I can buy a simple device like this from my local Jaycar Electronics store. You should be able to get a similar device depending on where you are
Possibly a fuel supply issue. Will require a fuel pressure tester. Could be in tank pump or a bad fuel pump relay. In a quiet environment, turn key on (not start position ) and listen if you can hear the guel pump run for 1 or 2 seconds.