I have a 1989 gmc sierra k1500 extended cab. Although the schematic is in black and white, the color of each wire is noted. Here's the diagram: Pull the drivers door panel. This diagram is the same as the one found in the shop manual. Fast is faster than that.
If you don't know what a fusible link is, it's a fuse that looks like a wire. Don't recall ever seeing a factory dual battery setup on a 1500. Includes 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive models. Since then my aux battery would not charge. Does anybody know what the gray wire is for? Instructions said to hook 14 gauge wire to ign. If that's it, don't replace it with any wire, it must be replaced with the correct fusible link.
Thanks, Craig Electrical problems are almost always connectors or grounds. Just wondering if these readings are normal or did the solenoid create other problems? One is a 16 guage wire which protects all red 12 guage wiring. It worked good till my screw driver sorted out the solinoid. Answered on Jan 16, 2010 Check the fuseable links. The bolt on terminal goes to the positive on the battery.
Mist is when you twist the control arm backwards to induce a single swipe. When I press the switch on the driver's door I don't hear anything like a motor, engage. It is your responsibility to verify any circuit before interfacing with it using a digital multimeter. It will be protecting a 16 guage wire. Covers both gasoline and diesel engines. Brand-new 352 page Soft cover book. What do I need to look for? You can follow the wiring in your truck from bumper-to-bumper.
If so what, engine did your truck originally come with and I'll see if I can come up with the correct one. Once again thanks for the program. Answered on Sep 02, 2014 the ticking noise your hearing is the mixture control solenoid from your carb and its perfectly normal. The program has been super in helping me fix some of my soldiers cars and trucks that normally would have cost them an arm and leg. Since both power windows don't work, I'm thinking that this is an electrical problem that's prohibiting electrical current getting to the appropriate device.
Turn the wipers on high speed. Sixity Auto has partnered with Trustpilot, the industry leader in tracking customer loyalty and feedback, to bring genuine product and customer service reviews. I just want to know where these wires go to after the connector that comes down from the ignition switch. My power locks work fine. Have you checked the fusible link on the juction block? Additional vehicle subscriptions are also available at savings of over 30%. The cost of your program is pennies on the dollar compared to the repair cost on our autos.
Both power windows do not work. Whether it's for your car, truck, or van, we have staff on hand that can answer your questions and make sure you get the part you're looking for. The solenoid I bought was from the local parts store. Sixity Auto is also a leading auto parts retailer on eBay with over 99% positive feedback spanning 230,000+ feedback reviews! For phone sales or help with product fitment questions, our U. The diagram pictured is an example of this type when folded, but is not the actual diagram for your vehicle. Over 99% of all items ordered will ship within one business day. When I turn my ignition switch to acc, I have no voltage so I am wondering where the acc white wire goes from the ignition switch.
I find that your program is a great tool for those of us that love to tinker, with cars. Buy now for the best electrical repair info - the factory wiring diagram. I'm not sure which one you are talking about, if I remember correctly there are 2 on the firewall. Plus, we ship from our strategically located warehouses on the East and West Coast to save precious shipping time. Do I need to take the door off? I will check out the fusible link. When engine is running you should hear it all the time.
If you hold it, you will run the wipers in low speed. Answered on Nov 29, 2009. Wiggle the connector at the wiper motor. Our staff has decades of experience selling auto parts to enthusiasts like you. The connector has 2 wires a small and a big. I have very little current from the pink or orange wire ignition switch when I have the engine running.