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post #1 of 3 Old 03-15-2012, 02:28 AM Thread Starter
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Please help- Electrical Problems

Lastnight I was troubleshooting the master window switch. Ended up being the switch, problem solved right? So after I figure out that the switch is bad I jump the window down and drive into town. When I got home I notice that the passenger side low beam is out. Couldnt find anything obvious but I had trouble getting power at the fuseblock. So after a few minutes of messing around with it I got it to come back on. This morning when I try and leave for work I do not have lights in the (auto) setting nor do I have anything on the instrument cluster other than background light, and I dont seem to have power to the throttle sensor because the pedal does nothing. Im going back outside to check some fuses and such. Any help would be appreciated, my back up focus is tore apart in my garage. Thanks
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Found blown #45 fuse. Put a new one in and it seems to be holding.
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I think you'll find the OverDrive button wire has chafed through in the steering column.

Read through this -> https://4656923915310766587-a-180274...attredirects=0
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