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Las Vegas, NV
Had a similar problem. Stopped after about 3 miles of good driving would start again after 5 minutes of waiting. good the rest of the day. got worse. had a diagnostic and found it was a distributor relay sensor under the distributor cap and rotor. runs well ever since. cost $125 total to fix, diagnose parts and labor. easy fix if known problem
and as many fuse links as I could find. Checked blower by running a test direct from batt. and its OK. negative wire from blower is intact. Tested the good fuse 30amp,location and got a positive light. But when I test the green wire going to the blower from that fuse I get nothing. any ideas will help.
its tough to get to. it sits on top of the engine more right side if yor sitting in drivers seat about 3 inches down behind alternator
directly behind right side/passenger side head light,. down a bit
switch/control lever and cant remember what goes where? I have a thick beige wire, a medium blue and green wire and a thin dark brown. On the lever switch behind their is an H and M and a B. nothing on the 4th connection. Can you tell me about it? and the same wires leed into the glove compartment and go into a small cardboard like flat unit on the back wall of the glove compartment. what is that?
today I was #19, How can I go directly to my problem question and answer? though I like helping where I can it is cumbersome to go one after the other searching?
Mine is on the right hand side of column. no need to remove steering wheel. Remove the plastic cover. a few screws and your lock system should come out. Even without key.
replace your battery terminals or clean them good with a wire brush. Maybe the problem?
1.Drain out your radiator remove it and try to shake out the bolt. 2.How about your water pump. Is that leaking through the peep hole? bolt may have worked its way through the water system and is lodged somewhere? also your thermostat is it leaking there? A clogged one will cause it to run hot. Got to pinpoint where the antifreeze is coming from.
sounds like the ignition switch