Just checkin'--you'd have to read some of these posts to understand why I ask "dumb" questions
Have you cleaned your solenoid connections? Just guessing you have ring ends stacked on the battery cable side, I hope that if you clean 'em up a bit, you will get your connection, and all will be fine
Can you read my diagram well. If not, I can send you a private message, you give me your email in there (not broadcasting it in open forum) I must initiate, you have to have 10 posts before you can initiate a message
How have you checked the fusible link? Continuity?
I'm lookin' at your diagrams on a 32" monitor
The only thing you might do that maybe you have not done yet, is to disconnect the battery let it sit 10 minutes---connect back in with a fully charged battery (not jump it off, still connected) on some rigs the computer must reset by a total disconnection. Like I said, imma jeep guy, i'm not used to something overriding normal older vehicle systems. Ie, a skip in my jeep, can usually be attributed to ezily found/ replaceable/ inexpensive componentsnot a bunch of codes or sensors that sometimes "cloak" the real problem!
'Nother thing you might try is to disconnect the battery, run a continuity test thru all of your wiring that is involved.I have found it to help me discover problems that test lights or voltage checks may miss
If you don't know how to do continuity, I have a couple of pics, that explain."Straight pins" makes it ezer too.
Just starting to get cool down here. This is how we continue to drive this "willy", toasty heat too. Won't be long, i'll be puttin' it on!
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Thursday, December 10th, 2020 AT 8:40 AM