Re: [DML] Low output through dash vents from AC blower fan
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Re: [DML] Low output through dash vents from AC blower fan

Might begin by checking your relays and fan fuse in the compartment behind the pax seat.  
If there's a jumper it may be in there.  If you have a diagram you should be able to spot it.

Mike Atkinson
vin 16232

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: mike 
  To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2006 2:51 PM
  Subject: [DML] Low output through dash vents from AC blower fan

  Hi, I recently replaced the broken resister board for
  my AC blower fan. Thought I would now have plenty of
  air blowing through the dash vents, but with the fan
  motor blowing hard on forth speed, there is hardly any
  difference than before when only the 2nd fan speed
  worked (P.O. bypassed the broken resister board with a
  jumper for 2nd speed).

  Does anyone know where to start in the dash vent
  system to remedy the problem.  How difficult a fix is
  it?  Also, when the climate selector switch is in the
  vent position, there is a constant vacuum sound.  And
  the right hand vent of the center console doesn't blow
  air.  But both door vents work.


  VIN #5781

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