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Old 09-03-2007, 01:30 PM   #21
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so what one is it? look at the picture above to find out.
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*ack* Sorry, this is what I get for starting up a big long discussion and then leaving town... Let me check the factory manual when I'm back home, and see what I can find for component locations and such...
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how many amps does the blower motor run on?
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How many amps are you seeing?
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.006 mAh but i was just thinking about running a hot to the motor and then the negitve throw a switch and just do it that way but i need to know the apms that it would pull so that i know how big i need to go with it? but it will only run one speed but i can find a way with some resiters and what not to lower it so it will run slower if i need too.

ps i work at radio shack so i have a good deal on all most every thing that i need to get for that project.
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Do you have manual controls or ECC on the climate control?

That'* about the reading I had (last night) when I noticed the blower control module (ECC only) was not working on mine.
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this is what i have here so you can tell me what it would be?

ps i know i have no ***** but i just use a part of niddle nose to adjust it
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this is what i have here so you can tell me what it would be?

ps i know i have no ***** but i just use a part of niddle nose to adjust it
That would be the manual control system, not the electronic. Next time you're at the junkyard, treat yourself to a fresh set of *****! There'* no shortage of them out there...

Okay, I'll pull the factory manuals as soon as I can (hopefully tonight) and see what I can find for specifically where that resistor pack is located in the firewall on non-electronically-controlled systems.
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well thanks for all your help and as soon as i get this thing figered out i have drive with the windows up and that ac blowing.

ps that is a picture of me and my daughter you see in the picture. lol
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so what one is it or have you even look in to it yet? just wonding if you have found out yet or not.
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