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Old 08-24-2004, 08:30 PM   #1
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Hi! I have a guy at the local salvage yard that is going to sell me a blower control module, but I need to remove it, take it to him, and match it up with what he has (there are ten # possibilities) I have the kick panel on the pass side floor down, and I see a big black control box (size of two pacs of cigs or playing cards) and about 30-50 wires sticking out of it. That sure looks like the main computer for something... I didn't fool with it. There is also a relay type box attached to the underside of the fuse block, only six wires and has letters on it.

My question:which one, if either, is the blower motor control? I replaced the blower motor with a good one, and I still don't have a blower. I read in the tech forum that it is usually one or the other....
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The blower control module is on the engine side of the firewall. Just to the left of the blower. That is, if yours is a 92-95. What year and model is yours?
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A pic to help. This was used for another topic so disregard items in white.

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All I see is some black plastic with no access... It'* not one of the relays that you mean... is it? My car is a 92 SSEi. Do you have to cut an access, or does that cover come off somehow?

Good pic by the way. Wish I could figure out how to include them in my messages.....
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You're looking at the cover. There'* two little clips to be undone along the front edge, a nut over by the passeger side, then it just needs fanagled out. You're looking for stuff under there.
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I think it'* pretty much were the tip of the arrow is. Below the relays and fuses.
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... all it was was the connector was screwed up. I took a voltmeter, found it was getting power and emitting power. The red lead plug connector wasn't making good contact. I found the box under the Maxifuse/Relay Center, unbolted it and moved it out of the way, took the module out and tested it. Packed the connector FULL of dielectric silicone grease. Works like a charm -- I have defrost and heat! Even auto climate works flawless.

Thanks for the help. I wouldn't have been able to locate that box without good instructions...
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