They are designed for specific year, make, and model configurations. I even just took apart my ashtray because my lighter was broke,thinking maybe that was the issue. This problem has to be something someone did before me getting the car because I always had dead batteries before I took my car apart. I have a brand new starter relay now. After hearing the noise when I turned the key I unhooked my battery completely.
I will give you some places to look and take measuments. Thats a ground source for the harness. We sincerely hope that what we give to you can be useful. Thought It was that,It is not. We thought this was the problem but fuse port 3 is still blowing no matter what. You could get this picture by simply clicking on the save link or right click the image and select save.
The other possibility is one of the wires between the switch and resistor is shorted. The other buss fuse that was replaced I also looked up. Thats a ground source for the harness. Wire length and connection accommodate original floor mount dimmer switch. Look at everything that's included in this wiring kit! The 1971- 1974 Mopar B-Body Classic Update Kit is no exception. Later, but for now, every terminal above the batt will have 12 v to ground on it all the time.
Also around fusebox and where the previous owner butchered the radio wires. This image has been published by our team and is in category tags segment. Just type pic in the reply and type A what its for, B what it plugs into. The green wire is to the coil from my tachometer. Upon changing the one third down from the top it heated up and blew. This Is the one I am going by: I have tried pretty much everything I can think of. Between those two you should be able to test most of what you need to.
I apologize I haven't had the time to convert or move my pic files to another photo hosting site, I'm still pissed that they are now charging a ridiculous amount of money to show my threads that span over ten years on different forums. Battery connected , no fuse in number 3. Just check each wire to ground. You probably know already that 1971 plymouth satellite wiring fuse box is one of the hottest topics on-line these days. My goal for this guide is to provide a easy, picture diagram for those looking to hook up their car fast, and effectively with little to no time wasted. Pic 42 just an opinion.
Just to start with the heater fuse blowing. My dad did find a red hot wire that was hitting the radio. While I was I went and turned the key and with the one new fuse in and I now have a green alternator light which I never had before. High-powered 1-wire alternator connections are supplied. See it in Louisville next week the Street Rod Nats! Refer to our online catalog. This is just making sure nobody wired around the fuseblock some how. Best thing to do is to print off the wiring diagram for your car off of the mymopar site and sit down and start tracing wires.
The Acc terminals will have the same only when the key is turned on. Black traced white which is a wider terminal. Some adapters may be available for use with other internally regulated alternators. Whether or not they are part of the problem I'm not sure. Yeah I have already printed out a diagram over 4 pieces of paper taped together. As far I have read, Your car is heater.
Nothing but tracing wires and testing voltage and resistance with a multimeter is going to solve that one. This wire is from my old harness Orange circuit is for cluster dimmed sources, Batt source glove box light is pink circuit. Air Ram, Rear Deffog, whatever switch down the dash driver side. As far I have read, Your car is heater. Detailed instruction sheets also included, but not shown. So since I am doing my oil pump this weekend,and other stuff I wanted to fix my problem with my gas gauge not working.