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My 1995 Chevrolet conversion van has a fuse panel behind the driver seat built into the wall next to the passenger captain seat. This fuse panel is dedicated to the conversion package installed into the van. My van has a small wooden door or it could be a panel that can be removed that matches the interior of the van. Since there are many different companies that covert vans the fuse panel could be anywhere in the interior body of the van. You most likely will not find conversion package fuses under the hood. Also try looking under the sofa bed.
My truck has the 5.9 diesel and the transmission was rebuilt into a heavy duty unit with an aftermarket torque converter. Two months out of warranty the drive gear seems to lose power at times. I have only put 14,000 miles on this transmission and had the fluid and filter changed when I started having problems. All other gears seem to be fine including overdrive. Could this be a sensor issue?
I just bought this vehicle and drove about 120 miles with no problems. the van sat overnight and will not start.I have power to everything and had starter bench tested okay. I turn the key and hear relays clicking but still will not start. This van has the 3.8 liter v6.