[DML] Re: 3 Speed on Fan Blower Not Working
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[DML] Re: 3 Speed on Fan Blower Not Working

You may have knocked off a wire going to the resistor block. Check the
pink/yellow wire which should be on term # 2 Refer to N:08:04 and
N:10:13. K/Y = Pink/Yellow. It could also be the terminal # 2 is
corroded so you are not making contact with the resistor. Get out your
meter and start checking for voltage and continuity on the K/Y circuit
from the relay into the resistor. Also recheck that the connector
under the 3rd speed relay did not fall back into the block and is not
making contact with the relay terminal. You should hear the #3 relay
click when you turn the fan speed switch. If it doesn't than you have
to see if the fan switch is bad or you knocked the K/G (Pink/Green)
wire off of the fan switch.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Shannon" <birdwells@...> wrote:
> My AC fan speed number three does not work. Speeds 1,2 and 4 work but 
> not three. I checked the #3 relay in the fuse box and it looks like 
> it's fine. I even switched the #3 and #4 relays. I checked the 
> connectors going to the relays and they appear to be intact. I was 
> doing some work on the radio recently. Is it possible that a wire could 
> have come off the fan switch disabling the #3 speed?
> Shannon

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