Make sure you get the information you are looking for. To my surprise he had removed the 3 wires off the starter. Wiper relay relay 1994 only 3. Disconnecting the battery may erase fault code s stored in control module memory. Auxiliary relay panel under left sideof dashboard arrow. If the transmission range signal is lost a no start situation will occur.
If you are working on a 6-cylinder E36, then I feel sorry for you. Check for spark at the spark plugs. If the exposed wire is live positive battery voltage , a Puse will blow and the circuit may possibly be damaged. You are able to down load this picture by simply clicking the save button or right click the picture and select save. A short circuit is exactly what the narre implies. This can be due to a faulty oil level switch which can cause the fuse to blow. For maintenance schedules, major engine service and other driveability-related maintenance procedures, see020 Maintenance Program.
Poorground connections are amajor source of driveabílity problems. This is the location of short to ground. Before the cable connector is connected check the ignition key snaps back from position 3. Loos- en and re mlon ove engine blockcoolant drain plug k. See610 Electrical Com- ponent Locations. Auxiliary radiator fan resistor arrow. If the engine starts, and the range display is restored in the Instrument Cluster then replace the oil level switch.
If fan runs only when powered directly by jumpered connector and hot coolant is circulating through radia- tor, radiator temperature switch is most likelyfaulty. I could not see the Bentley way and the two other options looked risky to me. . Fuses 31-46 ~ Illlllllllll ° - Ilmmlmomlmoi Fuses 1-20 a 1 :1 E El ~ ~O! To access this panel, remove the pwer dash panel on driver's side. Mainground arrow for engine management system. The alarm plug is a black 12 pin plug located just behind the glove box. Splice Panel, Left 3 ¡ni Fig.
Remove the harness and carefully place aside toward the back of the engine compartment behind the right side strut tower. Jess your search link is dead. Find the wire that goes 12 volts with the key in the start position and hook that to the post you are putting the screw driver on and your all set. You just have to hold the bolt end with something while breaking the torque on the nut. Please note: The switch must not be mounted with its weight on one side, therefore tighten the two grub screws alternately to avoid misaligning the switch. See 160 Fuel Tank and Fuel Pump. The 4 wire is longer then the 3 wire since it loops around the 3 wire post and back to the 4 spark plug.
Look at the forward end of your stater. I had already removed the oil dip stick holder when my neighbor's adult grandson walked up and offer to help me. This vehicle has a dual parking light system that will require 2 extra. Fuses number 1 through 46 are mounted in the front power distribution box. No ~ corrective action necessary. The continuity test can beused to check a circuit or switch.
All pictures and references to the Porsche name, and the car names and shapes are for restoration reference only, and do not imply any association with Porsche. Then replace your starter solenoid, or just buy a used starter that will probably still have the solenoid attached to it. A círcuit with little or no resistanceallows current to flow easily. These circuits are completedby the battery cable or ground strap between the body and the battery nega- tive - terminal. Vehicles that are produced from January 1994 till June 1994 only require the addition of one wire and a new relay which has the starter protection feature. Obviously the can will not fit so I used three coffee stirrers and a thin flexible tube to deliver the stuff at the right place. Then a long ratchet wrench with a thin articulated head.
Al¡ circuits are grounded by direct or indirect connection to the negative - terminal of the battery. If battery voltage is not present, check fuses. After the bolts are out, pry the starter off the transmission casing, disconnect the wires reaching from under the car and lower the starter pushing the fuel lines aside. The one with 12 volts when the key is turned to start is the one you want to put to the pole you are putting the screw driver on to crank the car over unless your friend is touching the center two poles together which would bypass the solenold like I explained above in my other posts. Other problems the vehicle may experience are as follows: -No transmission range display in the instrument cluster.
You have to remove the intake manifold. Secondly, the bolt is in a cavity of the transmission housing that is very narrow, so a normal ratchet is not going to fit. The large red cables come from the battery and power distribution box. Occasionally, we may have to slightly modify the design, color, or even equipment. Remedy: When a vehicle with a failed starter is located, or complaints about the vehicle are similar to those listed above, the starter electrical system including the unloader relay circuits must be checked for correct function.