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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-17-2002 04:44 AM
tm454 I'm still looking to resolve my turn singal problem. Had the wife check out back while I flipped the control. She yells, yes, no, yes, no?
10-12-2002 05:14 PM
ArmyofOne Seems I do a lot of troubleshootin' my repairs. I didn't want to go huntin' this weekend anyway. <img src="graemlins/pain.gif" border="0" alt="[pain]" />
10-12-2002 04:32 PM
KULTULZ Ain't cars fun?
10-12-2002 03:22 PM
ArmyofOne Never Mind. I replaced the relay but it didn't fix it. Well at least that's what I thought. I again checked the fuse and found that I toasted it when I jumpered across some of the wires. Changed the fuse. All is well
10-12-2002 07:39 AM
Heater Blower inop

I am having the same problem with my heater fan that I have spotted in some previous postings. I checked the wiring from the switch to resistive coils, from coild to relay from relay to fan. All good. Grounds seem ok. Changed the relay. Still no fan. I jumpered across the relay connector and checked the fan it works also. I am not sure though about the resistive coils in the housing of the core. I have continuity between all connections. Is this ok or should I be getting something else. What would indicate that this is bad? I'm lost. It's gettin cold up hear(about 20 last night) <img src="confused.gif" border="0">

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