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hi there, I am Cam. Can I get your name please?With this issue, has you checked both the fuse blocks for bad fuses yet?
No, and that’s what makes this difficult. Because the integration of the computers, and the basic design that uses only a 2 amp fuse for the ignition switch, knowing which system you actually tapped into is difficult. Everything is controlled or powered by relays or the Body Control Module (BCM) and Powertrain Control Module (PCM). This means we need to check all fuses, irregardless of the label.
No, I have no worries that there is a bad relay, I suspect you popped only a fuse.
yes, under hood and under dash both on passengers side.
Looking through the schematics, I would look close at the PCM IGN, TRANS, REAR CAMERA, AIRBAG, all in the underhood fuse block.
OK, if you find no fuses out, then do the reset below. Take the battery cables off the battery, hold the ends together for 10 seconds then attach them to the battery and see what happens. This will reset the whole vehicle.The emphasis is touching the wires together after removed from the battery not just removing them form the battery .
Perfect. I was certain you had a bad fuse somewhere. Is there more information that I can get you today?