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  1. Shelby5041
    03 Nov 2017 09:16 am - permalink
    Shelby5041
    Hi steve here are some results from today


    I did some testing...high speed fan circuit

    I have 12v to pin 30 all time
    I have 12v to pin 85 ignition on
    I have continuity from pin 87 to radiator fan connector female end

    I know relay is good i swapped with horn and horn worked

    Any ideas?
  2. wolfeman461
    03 Jun 2017 09:26 pm - permalink
    wolfeman461
    Hoping that you might be able to help me please. I have no ground at the fuel pump connector plug at the top of the tank. Car will only run if I supply a ground to the ground wire there. I checked the body plug connection underneath the car below the tank. It looks clean inside with no corrosion. Then I completely reworked all of the body grounds at the left inner fender and all is good there. Sill will not run unless I supply a jumper ground at the pump connector to make the fuel pump run. I don't know where else to look for the bad faulty ground supply to the fuel pump? Can you help? Thank You.
  3. Knaller17
    19 Dec 2016 05:24 pm - permalink
    Knaller17
    ptcruisersteve,

    Thanks for the diagram of the charging system. The green must definitely go on top of the red !!! Thanks ptcruisersteve.
  4. Diyer
    29 Oct 2015 09:21 pm - permalink
    Diyer
    I am a diy'r.... I changed the camshaft sensor and there's still no spark what could it be plz any input is appreciated

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    ptcruisersteve liked post by Mashuu On thread : Cooling fan not spinning?
    Ended up buying a new fan with relays, since that seemed to be what needed to be done anyways.
    Liked On: 04 Aug 2018, 03:17 pm
    Posted On: 04 Aug 2018, 02:31 pm
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    ptcruisersteve liked post by texas2002cruiser On thread : Weird problem with my turn signals.
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    ptcruisersteve liked post by UnitD77 On thread : Weird problem with my turn signals.
    then yes replace that relay
    Liked On: 03 Aug 2018, 01:46 pm
    Posted On: 03 Aug 2018, 01:33 pm
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    ptcruisersteve liked post by Fk5 On thread : HELP! Won't start, buzzing sound when trying to start
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    ptcruisersteve liked post by dercannius On thread : 01 2.4L running issues.
    That helps a lot, thanks Steve. I cleaned the MAP once already, but maybe it is time to replace it.
    Liked On: 12 Jul 2018, 01:50 am
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