Many intermittent problems are caused by corroded wire connection, bad grounds, loses components.
This situation could indicate a short. I compare this to as pushing on brake pedal and hearing the horn blowing,
What happen here is that you start the car. The fuel pump is working, because you could hear it., But instead of cranking the starter, the cooling fan come on immeditely, why?
To answer to that, get a wiring diagram of your car and a DMM.
A circuit may have may have short to either power or ground.
The difficulty is the second power circuit crosses the first and they are supplying power to each other.
An example of this is when a dual-filament light bulb fails and crosse the brake and parking light circuit. This often results in the dash lights and park lamps coming on whenever the brake is apply.
I'm just giving you few examples so you could figure out.
Keep fighting and do not give up :wink:
Sunday, January 14th, 2007 AT 10:59 PM