Re: [doc] Very Strange - my blower fan quit working completely
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Re: [doc] Very Strange - my blower fan quit working completely

Circuit breaker. We have them in stock. It'll almost certainly be the 
connections -on- the breaker as opposed to the breaker itself and we do 
eyelet type ones to fix the problem and stop it happening again. The 
connectiones themselves get hot and trip the breaker rather than the 
breaker passing too much current. You will have to re-crimp the 
connectors for eyelets.

If it hasn't worked properly, it's not unusual for it to go pete tong 
when it gets used properly for the first time!


>The blower motor still works, because when hooking up a separate 12V 
>battery directly to the contacts on the motor, it comes right on.  
>When hooking up my multi-meter to the pink/red wire going to the 
>motor, it shows the following:
>Fan speed switch positions:
>Off :    0 volts
>1:       11.75 volts
>2:       11.75 volts
>3:       0 volts
>4:       0 volts
>Despite positions 1 and 2 showing voltage, the fan never comes on.
>I have looked at the wiring schematic on page M:18:19 of the 
>workshop manual, but unfortunately with my level of expertise, most 
>of it is Greek to me.  If anyone can lend me some advice it would be 
>very much appreciated, because the only thing I know to do from here 
>is to try putting in new parts (relays, circuit breaker, fan speed 
>switch& etc).
>Thanks in advance,
>-Derek L
>VIN 5302

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