Quote: Originally Posted by ds45095
So i swap the center fuse with the right fuse with the key off and then try and start it. If that works i need a new center fuse. right?
Why are you calling relays fuses now? How old are you? Are you not getting any of this? Are you a kid out here just yanking our chain? If you are we have some BEEF CAKE MODERATOR's
that have your IP address and they will hunt you down and run you over!!!!
I'm serious all those guys that say Super Moderator
they are like the cyber MEN IN BLACK
You already checked the fuses, been there done that....Go back and reread it, yes we said if you swap "RELAYS"
and it works buy a new one for the center. We can't get any more clear.
If that does not work send a buddy, dad, uncle, older mechanical person out here or to watch over your post that is mechanical and can understand easier or noone will respond.
PS: If you really are just not getting it I was just playing with you........relays as you see when you get to them are totally different than the fuse, they have points in them that open and close whereas fuses do not, to be taken seriously you need to READ and get your terms correct ok. If your middle one is bad I want you to tear it open and see the difference....there is also a coil there in them that is a electro-magnet that basically opens and closes the points when voltage is applied.
I don't mind taking the time with someone that is willing to learn so if you are sincere keep asking questions, in that case there are no dumb questions ask. I'm a old guy that loves to teach the young about things they enjoy.