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I have 2005 century and LVD is not working 't have any

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Hello I have 2005 century and LVD is not working don't have any lights or charger inside when I jump the ISO and ACC in fuse panel they work but I tried to by pass the LVD by bolting two hard wires on LVD together it doesn't work only works when I jump ISO and ACC what you think is wrong
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

My name is ***** ***** I will assist you.

What are you referring to with LVD?

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Low Voltage disconnect
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
when I jump ISO and ACC in the fuse panel the lights and chargers start working but if bolt the two hard wires on Low voltage disconnect switch(box behind the trash can it and disconnect the jump between ISO and ACC nothing works
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
It's the same problem as in this link
http://my.justanswer.com/question/guest/0f6f8f82b5394e258e4c0c52f1f176ba
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
I tried to jump ISO and ACC it worked but not the second where I can bypass the LVD is there any fuse that might be blown I chkd all the fuses and they looked ok
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

I gotcha.

You can rule the LVD out and go to the wires themselves. Doing the bypass like the link you provided was to rule one of the 2 out. You ruled out the LVD so now the wires need to be chased to see where the bad connection is creating the issue.

Check the ohms between the LVD wire and the ACC post in the fuse box to see that you have less that .1 ohms. If not, the issue is on that side. If good, then the issue is between the LVD and the starter.

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.
How do I check the wire between LVD and started.
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

Check to see that you have a full 12 volts, then either check the amps or ohm test it with a Power Probe. You need to see at least 50 amps with a amp clamp.

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
I will check tomorow and let u know
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
You mean 12volts at LVD volt in wire??
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

Correct. I'm presuming it was checked, but the amps is what also needs to be checked. There may not be enough amps going through to have the relays activate on the pins from it. Jumping them bypasses the LVD for you have one source from the LVD and one source straight from the post.

Do you have the VIN so I can pull up the electrical manual for you? I need the full VIN for my setup with Daimler.

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
U20764 are the last six if that works. Just wanted to check if there is any fuse that might have blown. Incase there is any fuse that is not directly visible....just wondering....
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

CLICK HERE for the electrical schematics manual. This will have the wiring in how the whole system is setup.

Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

You get my manual and you run? I am closing the link since I paid for the link.

Have a good day.

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Sorry Jeremy but the manual was of no help had to chk with with my mech to get it done.
Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

Good day.

Expert:  Jeremy replied 10 months ago.

You asked for a refund, so I closed the link.

Have a good day.

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