Mystery wires that killed the mystery machine

Asked by Dec 15, 2017 at 08:38 AM about the 1994 Chevrolet Sportvan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just got a 1994 chevy sports van and it runs great got
new battery and everything. Although there were two
black wires that dangled behind the brake pedal that went
from I guess the fuse box too somewhere under the dash I
tried too turn the engine stepped on the brake and
everything went dead. Acts like the batteries dead but it's
good truer to jump it did nothing had a guy look where the
wires would go he said ones for the horn and the other
one he's not sure but assuming the ignition I'll try to find a
mech that would know in this small town but can't find a
diagram. So any suggestions?

1 Answer

The black one I found attached in the fuse box to the horn the blue one is grounded so I'm assuming it's the one causing the trouble not sure where to attach the cables too though

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