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chewEboy 
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Posted: June 13, 2005 at 4:01 AM / IP Logged  

I was trying to fit this alarm and ive messed up what have I done to my car -- posted image.

all I did was take the door pannel off, strip a bit of plasic off that green and black wire to test for current
now....
The electric windows dont work, the window wipers dont work, one of my 2 stereos does work, the other one dosnt? both my tv screens dont work, yet the dvd player they run off is working??

internal lights work still, so do indicators and external lights

I dont get it, its like some things have broken and others havent??

 

chewEboy 
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please help
ive checked the fuse's they all look fine ???
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what did you test the wire with or did you get that far.
 
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tell us exacly what you did before the problem occured
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in order to test the fuses You have to put  the key in ignition to tested both sides of each fuses  what kind of car by the way?
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its a ford Probe 1995
dare_ds69 
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the wires that you strip did you put tape on then, maybe you touch both wires together, that car has fuses outside and inside the car, test all of then.
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vseth 
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Did you make sure all the wire harnesses that you may have disconnected, or the harnesses that were in the dash area you were working in are all firmly connected. Some harness(es) may have disengaged while you were doing your installation.
chewEboy 
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I just stripped the wire with a metal knife, it cant have toched anything
gonna go over all the fuses again tomorrow
Could I have possible broke then things that arnt working?
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Posted: June 14, 2005 at 2:49 PM / IP Logged  
I don't think anything is broken..., but then again what hasn't gone wrong will. It's not much of reassurance, but check all the harnness that you pull out and make sure that all the pin are line up correctly when you were reconnecting them back in.
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.what have I done to my car -- posted image.
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