The ground is terminal #4, the black wire. But it is switched through the ecu. When I checked mine, I hooked my meter to terminals 3 and 4, then turned on the ignition switch. Read the meter as soon as you turn the ignition on.
Well guys think i have it narrowed down to the positive wire from fuse box out. Its the only wire that failed test. Gues now i need to remove fusebox and start from there and replace wire. Thanks again for all the help and info! Ill keep you updated.
Before taking the fuse box out pull fuse and check for correct voltage going to fuse . If voltage is correct replace fuse then check voltage at pump plug again. Just cause a fuse checks good doesn’t mean it will carry the voltage needed. Been there before.
The fuse is good i replaced that first. I put meter on ground wire @ pump connectorand then positive on battey, turned key and got 12v. Put meter on positive connector lead and then grounded it to engine, turned on key and nothing. Checked at fuse ground on battery to each side of fuse. Only showed power dont remember which side. My friend walked me through this cause im not good with a meter. So i might have leads switched on above mentioned. Thanks guys. Was goi g to just drill rivets on box to look @ conections on back. Its a limited so have to figure how to remove driver side speaker.
This is messed up. Power both sides of the fuse. But no continuity. Broke wire? Im going to try and hook pump up direct to see if its working. Took the fuse box off and it doest look loke the blue wire is anywhere close to where the fuse is?
I have a 2013 commander Ltd and just recently it has started slipping and and making a clicking noise as I’m going down hill. The engine holds back and then let’s go for just a second when it slips and then hold back again. Has anyone had this issue before? Just wondering if it it a simple fix...
I have a 2013 outlander max 800
I’ve changed the ignition switch but I’m still not getting headlights winch or not charging in the headlight position on the key switch only
It will charge and the winch works in the other key position
Got buggy running good. Then a pop in the rear... Trailing arm bomts. Checked them visually every time put bed up. So have the arm at a shop to get bolts out. Didn't want to screw it up. Looming at it and theres oil stains on passenger side diff. Is that an axle seal? Do i have to take the diff...
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