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Old 09-19-2007, 07:30 PM
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Blower motor 79' Camaro

ok So I'v been rewireing my dash in my 79' Maro and have been wireing wipers, washer pump, and my blower motor right now.

So I have wired a resistor up, have got a 3 position switch for the fan and restored the vacuum switch in the heater control (also has some sort of switch for the fan)

anyhow everything works except that the fan runs on low when the vacuum witch is in the OFF position (no matter what my fan switch is set at)

When the vac switch is in any position other than off my fan switch works normal.


NOW my question is: Is this normal for this year/model? that is that the fan NEVER shuts off (when the key is ON)

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Old 09-20-2007, 07:25 AM
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This probably doesn't help that much, but I have a 77 bird and it does the same thing. If I had to venture a guess, however, I would think that the fan is supposed to shut off when the vacuum vent position selector is in the off position.

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That is a normal GM function for that year, the blower is always running at low speed.

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Old 09-20-2007, 11:10 AM
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At least I'm not crazy......whew

beginning to doubt my electrical tracing abilities
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