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Big Whitechevy

Jacksonville, NC

I'm from Alabama. I am a diesel for the united states marine corps. for amphibious assault vehicles. I live in north Carolina and have worked with engines ever since i was three i love transmissions i hate electrical's like cab harnesses and stuff like that.


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Question Answered: 

check your battery terminals are good and tight and not moving or jiggle loose clean them too. when i had a trans am it did the same thing i would jerk the ground terminal up to tighten it and found that i need to replace my terminal bolt some times it is the simplest thing start simple then go more technical


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what i would do if you want to figure it out by yourself take a multimeter and take your door panel off and disconnect your plugs and stick you red in each slot and the black on a goo ground bolt and see if you are getting like 11 to 12 volt to your switches if no power check your fuses and relays find your vehicles electrical schematics and follow and start with the switch and go through leads all the way to the battery


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the radio was hard wired in when i bought it i think. But there is no power to the harness in the fuse box on the driver side dashboard. The switches plug are not receiving 12 volts and it is getting annoying. Where do i start and if you know how do i fix it


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