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Old 09-09-2012, 06:29 PM   #1
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I have a dark blue wire with a fuse link in it and then it turns to yellow but we can find where it goes to?

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We don't kno if it came off the starter solenoid or its a ground
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Re: wires

If you have a Chiltons manual with the wiring diagrams it should be easy to determine where it goes.If not one or more of the links in the Useful Info thread has lots of diagrams, maybe one of them will be what you need.
Look for the Old Fuel Injection and Very Useful links.
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We have one can't find it
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We have one can't find it
Then check those links in the Useful Info thread, I bet one of them has what you need.


Sorry, I don't know right off hand, it would save you some searching.

Maybe one of the guys with the same year as yours will chime in.
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Then check those links in the Useful Info thread, I bet one of them has what you need.

Sorry, I don't know right off hand, it would save you some searching.

Maybe one of the guys with the same year as yours will chime in.
We found out it still has power to it even when its not connected to the starter solenoid
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Your just gonna have to trace it to where its getting power from.
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We found out it still has power to it even when its not connected to the starter solenoid
That's kind of strange. I don't think that should be happening. Why connect it to power if it already has power?


Something must be shorted or back feeding into it.
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I think my buddy traced it back to the ecm but I don't remember
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I think my buddy traced it back to the ecm but I don't remember
If it comes out of the ecm, it should be traceable on a schematic.
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I think my buddy traced it back to the ecm but I don't remember
That would possibly explain why you are seeing voltage there, but I would double check to be sure so you don't fry the ECU.
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That would possibly explain why you are seeing voltage there, but I would double check to be sure so you don't fry the ECU.
I'm guessing you use an obd reader
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I'm guessing you use an obd reader
I meant to double check the wiring.
If you want to check for codes you will have to get an OBD 1 scanner, or there are procedures to test without a scanner in the Useful Info thread.
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I meant to double check the wiring.
If you want to check for codes you will have to get an OBD 1 scanner, or there are procedures to test without a scanner in the Useful Info thread.
Yea my buddy told me how to test without one but I don't have a cel so I'll have to get an obd reader
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