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Old 04-08-2010, 10:09 PM   #21
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oky doekey the windows are all working, the doors are locking,from inside and by useing key fob ,I did clean all grounds with spay terminal cleaner,checked each one all have good ground now,that did not solve the problem thow,next i cleaned to the best of my ableity the corrotion on fuse block,that did not solve the thow ,next i started chasing and ceaning all the corroded for lack of a better term fused links under drivers seat first was a link with 4 white wires and 3 yellow did not solve problem,next was 2 green wires with black stripes ,did not solve problem,and finaly two light brown wires with white stipes and the fused link is directly under the drivers seat inside the casing wraped in duct tape badly corroded spiced together i now have every thing working as it should thank you forum,thank you god in the future i would recomend to start with those wires first long live the SSEI
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Great information, and I'm sure will help others in the future. Glad to hear the problem is now solved.
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now on to next issue hopefully not so painfull
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Remember, every problem you solve is one less problem your car has, and one more thing you have mastered. Each thing you learn makes the next thing that much easier.
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come on searcher, what'* next on the chopping block? new thread for it please! thanks
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Thanks got confidence that is my problem now so let me get it right all you did was clean those one wires? Did not need to replace or anything? If so what cleaning supply did you use.
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Bump kinda curious still if anyone can help with the above question?
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have the exact same problems with my 2000 ssei, if anyone has any more suggestions it would be

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