New-05 limited doors won't shut, sunroof won't move, memory seats, speakers, trunk latch

Mar 28, 2019
7
0
1
34
#1
I am unsure if there is some sort of relay that controls all of these things. We just joined the family and are trying to figure out these issues. The doors won't shut all of the way on and off, the rear latch broke, just installed an aftermarket stereo and the front left and back right speakers are very low with no bass, can't find the amp, the passenger window will just roll up and down over and over without stopping- sometimes, the sunroof won't move but makes a low noise, the memory seats won't save, and passenger power seat moves very slow,.who knows if I'm missing anything lol. We noticed some relays are literally stuck in their places. I just bought a multimeter so we're going to test everything. I noticed some fuses were the wrong amp so those were switched too. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing any of these electrical issues?
 
Feb 18, 2019
34
5
8
37
#2
Was this all a problem when you bought it or did it all the sudden happen when you did the stereo. Do you have a jbl system? These are 2ohm speakers if so. The amp is under the middle console.
 
Likes: Paysseempire

Meoshe

New Member
Dec 1, 2018
14
4
3
37
#3
Have you checked the battery? Low/Bad batteries can cause weird issues. For the stereo did you use an adapter harness, for example a metra install harness? If so check the pins in them, as of late most makers have been lacking qc and pins arent locked in. I personally had this issue of low volume on some speakers with a metra install harness.
 
Likes: Paysseempire
Mar 28, 2019
7
0
1
34
#3
I just checked the battery and it's definitely low. Hasn't been replaced in years! I did use the tyto 1 metra harness. How can I tell if the pins aren't locked in?
 
1 comments

Meoshe

New Member
Dec 1, 2018
14
4
3
37
#3
That is the same harness I used, so most likely the same issue. If you know which speakers are doing it I would look at where those wires go into the amp, basically after amp turn on interface. That is were the pins were not pushed into the clip all the way. You might be able to tell by disconnecting that side and looking into where the pins are. If it all looks good and the pins are locked in I would check the other side.
 
Likes: Paysseempire
Mar 28, 2019
7
0
1
34
#4
We replaced the battery and then the air stopped blowing. The radiator fan isn't blowing either now. We can't win. My tech stream is having issues connecting too!
 

Meoshe

New Member
Dec 1, 2018
14
4
3
37
#5
Check your fuses for both. Check that the rear climate controls are not stuck. I have an issue where mine stick and makes the front controls unresponsive. Are you up to temp and the radiator fan doesnt come on? So it overheats while idling or stop and go traffic?
 
Mar 28, 2019
7
0
1
34
#6
The fuses and relays are both fine. Nothing is sticking either. We replaced the ac blender heater door actuator and the coolant temp sensor. It is weird becasue the big fan on the back of the radiator spins, but the one on the front does not. The vehicle hasnt overheated yet either. I had it in the driveway today and left it running for a while whilst I attempted to connect techstream. The temp rose to the middle but did not overheat...we checked the blower motor and its relay as well. I noticed tonight that the fuses marked 62-70 are all issues we are having. On the diagrams online it shows that they are individual fuses, but under the hood I have this fuse block. There is one that is 82816-0c030 and then 82816-0c010 im having issues finding them for sale. Almost all of our issues are linked to those fuses nut how do i test the blocks? I found the 30.. then theres this. Ive noticed on every individual fuse there is a mark. Its like this guy knew there were electrical problems and didnt say anything. Take a look at this random fuse just hanging by itself on the interior fuse box. Oh and we have zero cabin light at night.
 

Attachments

Meoshe

New Member
Dec 1, 2018
14
4
3
37
#8
Im not sure the front one is a cooling fan, might be an aux fan for when you have the ac on. I will have to dig into it a bit. Im a new owner as well but had another japanese V8 that was set up like that.
 
Likes: Paysseempire