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Old 02-09-2011, 09:27 PM
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I have gone through the wiring checks, I have no power to the 5 amp fuse for the module in the passenger compartment, according to the check procedure I should have power between the 32 pin and the 21 pin on the control module plug
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I have gone through the wiring checks, I have no power to the 5 amp fuse for the module in the passenger compartment, according to the check procedure I should have power between the 32 pin and the 21 pin on the control module plug
Have you looked at the fuse and seen if it's blown?

Have you taken a multimeter and tested both sides of the fuse socket to see it it's live?

Start there.

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Yes the socket and fuse have been checked, even put in a new fuse. The problem on some of these circuit tests is that thye fail to tell you that certain fuses are only energized for specific events, such as key on etc. Kind of wondering if the module has an issue as a reset does not seem to clear the the flashing light nor can I turn it off with the console button.
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Well for certain, it should be energized with the key on, engine running.

If you have no power at the harness, or at the fuse socket, you need to look before the module.

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