How does a fuse box in an old car work?
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%DETAILS%. Answer . This may be the result of a faulty ammeter or a faulty sensor to the idiot light for charging system.. Answer . \nYou need to use a multi-meter to test for battery voltage. If there is not voltage at the fuse panel, there might be a large fuse under the hood. Check that. …If the fuse is good make sure the hot wire is properly connected to the positive battery terminal. A nice clean and tight connection. Next make sure all your negative connections are clean and tight. If there is green dust on your connections use baking soda mixed with water and a toothbrush to clean them up. Works everytime. Good luck. Answer . \nthe big 100amp fuse under the hood or at the fuse box could be blown. also make sure the battery terminals are actually tightened down instead of just put in the posts, a friend of mine couldn't start his car because the connection to the battery wasn't tight. (MORE)
Answer . \nUnder the dash just above the emergency brake. There is also an additional fuse box under the hood on the passanger side front fender next to the battery.
Depending on the make/model of your car there maybe a fuse box under the hood with a fuse for the heater. The fuse is bigger than the one that's under the dash and of course it costs more!! The larger fuses are called Maxi Fuse's and they are typically labelled rather well depending on what make an…d model car you have. However, if your unsure about which one you need or even where they're located. Most reputable parts stores such as Napa, Autozone, Pepboys are very helpful in helping you determine which Maxi Fuse under the hood, supplys the power to the distribution block under your dash. It's best to know which one you need and what size AMP is required. You may be able to contact your local dealer's serevice department and ask them if they know which Maxi Fuse you need. I'm sure that giving them all the detailed information on your car, what size motor, with or w/o air conditioning, etc... that should put you on the road to a heated vehicle very soon. Happy Motoring (MORE)
Answer . Look at the back of your fuse box cover or ask someone with a similar car for their cover.. also a diagram in owners manuel
Answer . \nOn my '95, you open the passenger door and look at the outward side of the dash. There is a panel there with the fuses under it.\nCindy. Answer . \nmy 1990 cutlass fuse box is in the left side of the glove box
On many cars, there are two fuse boxes. One is under the hood on the passenger wheel-well (black box, red wing nut). The second is on the right side of the dash, and can be seen by opening the passenger door (faces the door).
Answer . First look at the owners book it will tell you where to look for it. It is located on the drivers side under the dash.. Answer . \nCar makers are getting more clever, they are often poorly marked, and can be on the left or right, under panels, behind change holders(some hondas) and …even in the glove box. WHAT KIND OF CAR?\n. \nRelentless (MORE)
Your indicators do not work on your 1994 Pontiac Grand Am. Could this be a blown fuse If so where is the fuse box on your car. You do not have an owner's manual?
Answer . \nGet an owner's manual or at least buy a repair manual at any auto parts store. Dealer or salvage yard is a good source for an owner's manual.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nMost all cars now have 2 fuse panels one in the engine compartment and one inside the cab. Every manufacturer has a different location for it depending on vehicle design but for sure you will find it somewhere on or under the dashboard, as for the one in the engine com…partment look for a black box with a removeable cover somewhere close to the battery. In order to tell if a fuse is bad you will have to remove it and look through the clear plastic to see if the element is in tact, a blown fuse may be scorched a little but the element will not be in one piece. The inside of the cover usually will have a diagram showing what amp rating and purpose of each fuse is. Dont replace a low amp fuse with a higher one because it keeps blowing they are designed that way to prevent damage to whatever device they are protecting, find the fault and fix it so you dont cause more costly repairs later. (MORE)
Answer . the best thing to do is call the nearest car dealer that sells the kind of car and ask them for a fuse layout your best bet would be to go there they should have it in a computer or and owners manual
Answer . \nwell depending on the make and model...i would start by checking all around the dash board...under it, open both driver and passenger side doors and check the sides of your dash. Sometimes they are in your glovebox( older cars mostly), and if that all fails look under your hood. You c…ould always look in your owners manual as well. (MORE)
Answer . there are two fuse boxes. the first one is under the dash below the steering wheel, near the pedals. the main one is under the hood on the passenger side toward the front of the car, close the the fender on top of the wheel well. it is a black box and it is shaped like a square, with a …corner cut off. very very easy to see....if you want to find the fuel pump relay or the main ac fuse, look under the hood toward mid-back in a black box with wires leading into it. it pops up and then you pull to the right and it slides out.3 big, box-shaped fuses inside...i hope this helped.. (MORE)
On a Lincoln town car why would the heater not work and the directionals only work with the headlights on and by hand the flasher fuse was changed inside fuse box what else could be wrong?
Answer . Try checking out the return wire, attached to the body, for the indicators & headlights.\n. \nBill
If the rear windshield defrosters stopped working on a 1996 cavalier what are some possible solution's besides the fuse box inside the car?
Answer . \nThe switch to turn them on could be broken. That has happend to me and my mother in both our cars.
Answer . To answer your question EXPLICITLY: the fuse box diagram IS the fuse box diagram. If your question is: Where can I get a fuse-box-diagram for my car?, then first I would direct you to the Owners Manual for your car. These usually contain a fuse-box-diagram. If this is unavailable to …you, check the reference-section of any large-city library. In the 629-section there are usually shop-manuals that contain this type of information. (MORE)
Dashboard lights interior lights don't work on 97 Honda civic dx checked fuses under the hood n inside the car and no fuses are out Is there another fuse box for this car what's the problem?
down the dash diver side is the fuse box for a 1997 Honda civic DX if you have a upgraded stereo sometimes they will not hook the old one back up and it cases the indoor light to not work idk about the dash board
Answer . from 85 to 92 i believe the fuse panel is right below the steering wheel its just a matter of 2 or 3 bolts and it should slide right out.
Answer . The fuses are under the sterring column to the left side.... some models have the fuses behind the "dash" the owners manual of my car says.
Answer . \nit's easy to find as i have the same type of car (not a gts) and searched when my cigarette lighter went out. it is on the passengers side on the right side of the console next to the cigarette lighter area. there is a small pull off panel (mine has small perforated holes on the pan…el) pull that off and you will see the whole fuse box. underneath the pull off panel shows the diagram and each fuse going where and the capacity it takes. it's a snap once you know it's there! good luck! (MORE)
You can view the 2001 Lincoln Town Car owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) It's listed under Town Car Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 147 , it has the diagrams and lists )
You can view the 1998 Lincoln Town Car owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuse and relay section starts on page 115 )
in my 95, it was behind a plastic door under dash to left of the steering column....which ios where most cars I have owned have had the fuse panel. Note I think there were more in a box under the hood on the driver's side (I think)
a fuse box works like this: inside the fuse is a switch like item what is very thin just like the thing u see in a lightbulb and when this is put in a circuit with an abusive current it will bassicly turn off the circuit fully like a switch
An "old work box" is an electrical box, usually made from metal or plastic, which is used in remodeling. The box is used for electrical switches, ceiling fans, lighting, cable or computer lines. An "old work box" is installed in to a hole cut into a wall or ceiling and has folding tabs, that when tu…rned grab onto the back of the drywall to hold the box in place. "New work boxes" are nailed into the wall studs or ceiling joists before the drywall is installed. In remodeling it is impossible to nail in a box without cutting a large hole into the wall or ceiling, so the "old work box" with folding tab is used. (MORE)
When changing fuses it is important to know the fuse box location.In a 1999 Chevy Lumina car, the fuse box is located under the hoodof the car.
Open the passenger side door, there is a panel on the side of the dashboard (to the right of the glovebox). The passenger door must be open to access.. There are two more fuse boxes located under the hood.
In the underside of the dash, under the steering wheel (a bit left of where the column meets the dash). It should have a label saying "FUSES".. You press it, than pull it open.. -Ted
It's a central location for all electronics essentially. The main design of a fuse box is to hold fuses in a central location and a good testing/ diagnosing point for electrical problems. So you won't be chasing fuses and wiring all around the vehicle everytime you diagnose it.
Car Brain Boxes are electronic devices that incorporates microprocessors for the monitoring and control of various functions in a vehicle. The brain boxes in most cases are specialized devices focusing on controlling multiple functions in a vehicle e.g. cruise control, automatic gear shifting, clima…te control, engine running, Fuel injection / emission control, collision avoidance, Powered mirror, seat & rear mirror controls etc. These are usually custom built for different car manufacturing companies and are usually multi-purpose. An electronic enthusiast can usually develop some simple brain box controllers for his/her car using PIC Microcontrollers for functions they desire to have in their vehicles but which did not come packaged with it. I developed a small module for my car that automatically winds up the car windows, locks the doors after 30 minutes of shutting down the engine and closing all doors. The controller also doubles as a security system that taps into the cars injector firing system which cleverly avoids the normal areas car robbers would look into to disable car security system. A brain box is usually much more complex than this, doing lots of complex calculations and taking complicated decisions to run the vehicle maximally. Sogunro Elvis. firstname.lastname@example.org Someone emailed this question: How do I go about building one? You need the following: 1. A very good understanding of your vehicles' wiring system 2. Depending on what you want to do, you may also need to have very good understanding of the principles behind the function you want to control. 3. If your brainbox is already controlling the function, it's advisable not to do any parallel control of this function, one or both controllers will malfunction. 4. If your brainbox is already taking input from any sensor which you also need as input, ensure the way you pick this input would not affect the signal level to the brainbox. 5. If you're sending out an output, ensure it does not go into an input or output pin of your brain box. 6. Generally, I'd adviceyou steer clear of your car's existing brainbox to avoid damage to your car. 7. If you must add a functionality to your car, then go about it as follows: a. First put your thoughts down as they come, note down every little thing that comes to mind. b. Arrange these thoughts in a logical manner and then draw a flowchart or a state machine diagram of the function you want, to represent this thinking, starting from the inputs to the desired output. c. Select the PIC microcontroller that fits your design in terms of - no of inputs & output pins required, size & types of memory, number of ADCs, Timers, etc. d. Draw up your schematic and identify / calculate the sizes of all the components required. e. Set up a prototyping board for your chip where you can both code and simulate. (use switches, variable resistors etc to simulate inputs and motors, LEDs, etc to simulate outputs). f. Develop code (a little at a time), download and test run, debug errors, re-code and test-run again until ok. I discovered it's usually easier to break your project into several small sections which makes coding easy. g. Move to the next stage of coding, until you've completed everything. h. Depending on your experience, you may need to read a lot, pick up coding tricks frrom the internet or friends, learn how to use interrupts and subroutines etc to simplify your work. I. Keep It Simple. j. When you believe you have a working version, take it to your car and connect "live". Do not forget to regulate the car's 12v down to the microcontrollers voltage otherwise you burn the controller. k. Do a test run in the live environment, notice assumptions made that failed and other corrections needed. Go back and re-work as appropriate. l. Design and print a PCB. Transfer the whole circuit onto this. m. Design a packaging material to enclose and protect your circuit. n. Install and commission (Fine tune) o. Enjoy the fruit of your labour! (MORE)
You can view the 1998 Lincoln Town Car owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( it's listed under Town Car ) ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 115 , it has the diagrams and lists )
It is not in the fuse box. It is located behind the center of instrument panel.
Black boxes in Automobiles (EDR) Event Data Recorder work almost the same as the ones in airplanes. 5 seconds before an accident they can record things like the speed of the car, how long the brakes were depressed and other detail.
The fuse box diagram for a 1988 Lincoln Town Car is located on theback of the access panel. It documents the location and function ofeach fuse.
Fuse Box [Panel] Locations Because I am not familiar with your vehicle, and because the location of the fuse box/panel varies from make to make, model to model, and even different years of manufacture for the same make and model this answer will be generic in nature and applies to most vehicles. … The following list of fuse box locations is generally in order of most often to least often used : Below and beneath the dashboard [instrument panel] just above and to the left of the driver's feet. In the engine compartment on the left inner fender. In the engine compartment on the right inner fender. (MORE)
Depends on the car, and sometimes there's more than one. Often there's one under the driver's side of the dash, but they canalso be in the center console, or under the hood.
Click on the link below Click on Owner Guides The Owner Guide ( which includes the fuse box diagram ) can be viewed online
I have a clicking sound like the turn signal Is on and its not hit the breaks and the sound stops what is it this is on a 2000 Lincoln towncar
Answer 1 - Fuse Panel Fire The cause is/was a "SHORT CIRCUIT" condition on the "incoming" [from the battery] side of the fuse panel.
You can view the 1999 Lincoln Town Car owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides ( the fuses and relays section starts on page 124 )
Under the instrument panel on the drivers side ( and the power distribution box which is " live " is in the engine compartment near the battery )
Below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) And the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is in the engine compartment
it runs everyting in yur car.from ihgontion.windows.,fdan etc The fuses protect each circuit from burning up in the event there is a short in the system.
The fuse panel in the passenger compartment is below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) The Power Distribution Box ( which is " live ) is located in the engine compartment
The "dome" is the light on the ceiling of your car. It is called a dome because this light is usually shaped like a dome.
The fuse box is below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) Also , the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment
In each live line supply either household automotive or even commercial there is a fuse which when the current exceeds that fuses capacity it blows thus protecting the circuit
as do a pair of tweezers, usually supplied with the car attached to the fuse box cover.
On a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : Open the drivers door and in the drivers end of the dash you will see a removable plastic fuse panel cover ( the fuses are behind the cover ) * also , the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment near the brake fluid reserv…oir , it has fuses and relays and diodes (MORE)
As of January 24 , 2013 you can still view the Lincoln Town Car owners manuals online ( back to the 1997 model year ) at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides The manual should show the fuse diagram and list
There isn't one set number, and the number of fuses will vary between different cars.