Both systems are made up of various components that all work together to provide timed fuel and ignition for the engine. Anybody have any experience similar to this? Strongly recommend replacing the o-ring that seals the switch. They state that it is located near the alternator. The Horn Switch is located in the air bag in front of the steering wheel. The crankshaft position sensor on 2003 non-turbo is located directly under the starter.
I am guessing the body shop may have cut a wire or blew up the brain by accident??? The Horn switch grounds the relay which then powers the horns. That can take ten minutes to an hour after the last status change on the car, it depends on the car. Refer to the Wiring Diagrams for circuit information. This will solve the issue. Connect 12V+ from the battery through a fused link to the positive terminal of the coil. See that fuse, it supplies voltage to load side of fuel pump relay and also to asd relay. This causes the engine to shut down.
I tried again and it started, no problem and has been running fine since. The can also be activated for a wide variety of other reasons, so it is important to have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes to determine what the exact cause of the problem may be. As with most electrical components, the associated with normal service life, and when it fails, it can cause problems for the entire vehicle. The relay is located in different places on different years. Another problem may be the fuel system. Do you have an aftermarket remote start or security system that could be acting up? I then took off towards my local parts store and it died half way there. Check fuel pressure with key on.
Where the red arrow is, that's the auto shutdown relay and where the 2 yellow arrows are, is the main fuse for that relay you may want to check as well. The auto shutdown realy feeds the fuel pump relay and therefore is shutdown relay isn't getting the proper signal it will in turn send same improper signal to pump relay. Nevertheless, if too much electrical current gets distributed to the fuel pump, the wiring could become too hot, damaging or ruining the fuel pump. You need to see what the ant-theft systems problem is. Like a bad coolant temp or faulty cam or crank sensor How the fuel pump relay works When the ignition is first started or turned on, the fuel pump relay activates. I replaced both relays with new ones and put the positive lead back on, tried to start the car and it died again, no power at all. Similar to a conduit, it transfers power to the fuel pump and controls the amount of power sent.
The coil pack is mounted on the valve cover Ignition Coil Pack - 2. Put the car in gear e brake on someone in the vehicle in case the car start and you are in front of it and it runs you over so at least they step on the brakes. You must replace the air bag module to replace the Horn Switch. Thanks very much Have you verified that this level of drain is still present at least thirty minutes to one hour after you last touched the car? I drove approximately 300 miles to visit my sister and the vehicle ran fine; I even drove around her home town a few times; however, on my last visit to the store, I turned off the vehicle, used the remote key system to lock the doors and entered the store and about a half hour later, when I returned, the car had no electrical power whatsoever. Not that I'm aware; I didn't walk around the vehicle, but I did notice that the regular lights weren't flashing or coming on and nothing, not even the dome light, came on inside the vehicle. I don't know the amp rating of the fuse that keeps blowing.
If you are standing at the drivers side fender. Another problem may be the fuel system. Otherwise, from your description, there are several things that could be suspect: 1. There is a starter relay in this location too. You can check fuse an relays all you want ,not going to do any good. Not sure what the issue is.
Dec 29, 2014 The only relay I see that wire connected to is the auto shutdown relay. . The electronic engine management systems on modern vehicles are made up of sophisticated and that work together for the vehicle to run. Once the fuel pump is activated, it begins to pump gasoline so the starter engages and triggers the vehicle to start and continue to run. The other fuse goes to control side of relay, smaller amp fuse. If it senses that the relay driver is not responding correctly it will trigger a code. I removed the positive lead to the battery and replaced it immediately and I heard the right relay clicking quickly and then something click loudly just one time.
The ground signal generally comes from the computer. On most cars, it is not unusual to see a drain like that until the electronics on the car go to sleep. The key fob didn't work, I had to open and lock the doors manually. The logic module monitors the relay driver. If not, the fuel pump or its wiring is probably the problem. The unit is in the centre console I believe.