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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2005 12:04 am 
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I've heard that the high speed works off a seperate relay and that my problem more than likely is the blower resitor.Does this sound right? anybody been here before?I went ahead and ordered one from Ecklers.Onlt $17.00.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 9:21 am 
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I had the same problem with mine once & had to replace the relay that mounts to the firewall. Took about 2 min. & solved the problem.


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The part was cheap so I went with you idea.Didn't work.You are talking about the thing that has some springs on it right?


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No, I replaced that part first, and like you, that wasn't the problem. The relay is a small silver doo-hicky that has a small harness plugged into it. It is mounted up near the cowl on the right hand side of the firewall.

I don't have my car here right now so I can't give you an exact location. But it looks like a typical relay.

Sorry, I can't give you any more than that.


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Is this the one???

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That would be it.

Thanks Dawg for your techno wizardry!


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Thank you.I guess that my next move


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 6:11 am 
blower speed is regulated by that resistor bridge that moutns into the heater box, it's that thing w/ the 2 screws and the connector on top. If you take it out you'll see a couple of springs like the insides of a bread toasters :D each spring is a different resistance and a blower speed setting. Check the connector and wiring, if the blower only works on hi it's a problem w/ that birdge as it only handles all speeds below hi.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 6:12 am 
damn..bunch of typos... anyway check relay, if not relay check resistor bridge. and because I lost my login I can't edit my messages...


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whadda ya know :D I logged in :)


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whadda ya know :D I logged in :)


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CHICKENJERK wrote:
That would be it.

Thanks Dawg for your techno wizardry!


He is right on the moneys i paid $8.00 for the relay it fixed the same problem I had . Works great now!


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