Re: [DML] AC Mode Switch Blowing FUSE #10...HELP!!
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Re: [DML] AC Mode Switch Blowing FUSE #10...HELP!!


The light green/white wire pair that connect to the
A/C Mode Switch are connected to the #10 fuse and to
the Door Lock Telltale light.  Check out the
connection that goes to the light.  That's a good
chance where your grounding out and blowing the fuse.

The single light green wire goes to the Fan Speed
Switch.  The pink/orange pair go to the Low Pressure
Switch and an inline capacitor.

Did you mean to say you have a pair of white/orange
wires and a pair of red wires?  If so, I cannot find
either of those pairs on the diagram.

Contact me offline about a new diagram that is
colorized and laminated for shop usage.

Mike   TPS    1630

--- mike <cambpd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I removed my AC/Climate mode switch to rebuild it
> for
> hissing sounds coming when the switch is in the vent
> position.  But now after I put it all back together,
> I
> am constantly blowing 20amp Fuse #10, along with the
> hissing sound!!!
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