Is that the fuse your looking for, I/P fuse block.
Also, at the cigar fuse, make sure neither leg is hot, pull the fuse. Check for continuity between the terminal for the right fuse leg and terminal 16 on the datalink connector. Do an ohms test, if continuity is good, use a jumper wire connected to battery voltage to the right fuse terminal, use inline fuse on the jumper. Then, pin 16 at the data link conector should be hot, maybe you can check codes??
As far as data bases, the best info are premium sites, It'll cost you. Large libraries carry automotive databases, If you live in a county they serve, I believe the info is free.
With any testing I tell you about, if you get something hooked-up wrong, that is your responsibility.
Thursday, September 10th, 2009 AT 10:03 AM