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Old 01-14-2004, 17:03   #1 (permalink)
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Electrical Problems....Help

I was driving home last night and my speedometer and whipers just quit working. This morning the power windows didn't work either. What could be causing all of these problems?

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Stupid question - checked the fuses ?, and does it still start ?
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Yes, it starts and yes, I checked the fuses. Everything else seems to be working...even the tach! The turn signal is on the same knob as the whiper controll and the signals work. Also the door ajar light comes sometimes when the doors are shut.

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So lights are on but nobody home, sounds like computer failing....

What car model, year etc is giving you the trouble

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EARTH wire, and more than likely for the computer is the problem, or possibly earth from battery to car body, check out those places, and any other earth wires you can find.

Clean the battery terminals and check them out.

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