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Old 04-21-2011, 08:52 PM   #1
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Solve this Eletrical

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radio lights for the digital clock kept going on and off every now and then, and now its off for good. So I can't tell how high my bass treb and balance are. And can't know what time it is this is my stock radio... What happened???
My electric seat doesn't work anymore... What happened???
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radio lights for the digital clock kept going on and off every now and then, and now its off for good. So I can't tell how high my bass treb and balance are. And can't know what time it is this is my stock radio... What happened???
My electric seat doesn't work anymore... What happened???
Short and good luck finding it.
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Could it be from washing my engine?
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I seriously doubt it's from washing my engine... And as for my electric seat motor must have crapped out
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check the fuses. if everythigs good then its a short. I would start by looking for a split wire with bare metal showing or a bad connection somewhere.
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check the fuses. if everythigs good then its a short. I would start by looking for a split wire with bare metal showing or a bad connection somewhere.
What can I do after I find find the split wire with bare metal?
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your best bet is to either cut and splice another wire into it or tape it up and see if that fixes the problem. More than likely you are going to have to cut and splice for a better connection. Do you have a chilton or something that has the wiring diagram for the radio and seats? Cause I just lost my speedometer tonight and I pretty sure its a short. I have to do that this weekend
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