Jim Grant's Tech Tips
'95 Chevy Camaro, Warning Lights On
a 95 Chevy Camaro with a 3.4 engine. It stalled out on the motorway.
A man from AAA came to fix it. He started with taking off the negative
pole from the battery and then started fiddling in the fuse box under
the hood. My car started again and when I drove away, I saw that my ABS
warning light stayed on, as well as my AIR BAG light. I have checked the
fuses and they are still okay. What could be the problem? Could it be
one of the relays and if so can I check it myself? On the other hand,
could it be in the wiring, as he didnt go anywhere else in the car?
knowing just what components were being handled it is hard to say with
any certainty there is a relationship or it was just a coincidence. There
is something in common to both the Anti-Lock Brake System and the Air
Bay System. Both systems have many fuses but, there is one fuse they both
share. I would suggest checking the #9 fuse in your fuse panel located
inside the vehicle. It is a 10 amp fuse and both systems receive electrical
power from that fuse. The fix may be that simple. Also, you should find
out just what repair or work was performed under the hood. That information
may save you some money if additional diagnosis has to be performed.