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Old 06-12-2007, 09:48 PM   #11
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for any 94.. hold on sec. cuz theres something weird... my FSM shows that D10 is yes a Blue Wire but... its for the TPS
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You have a spare PCM? I smell misprint. Roll the dice and do as my advice above says.
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It worked for me perfect butt........ almost half the colors that willwren said were not the right colors. Some were, like the first 2 being tan, 10th being blue, and a few others but some were wrong. I forget exactly what ones but they were way off lol, like you said purple and the were green or something
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Well i used my multi-meter and and the two wires seemed to be connected, But......
when i tested it, it did not turn on the fans. but when i tested it right to the Relay it worked.

So, Sense the FSM can not seem to get its wires and colors right for the PCM, im just gonna run a wire to the relay for now.

and just like TJ'sblackbonne said, my colors in the FSM did not match any of the colors next to the blue wire. in fact i could not match it up anywhere

so i think that way im going to find the wire inside is to just try to match the DRK BLUE wire from the relay to the inside. but thats not going to happen until it cools down some


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So its all hooked up and working
Just did it right to the relay.

and Just for Reference.


94 se High Speed Fan Relay is a DRK BLUE wire at the Relay.

just in case someone is reading this and misses that park
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Old 06-15-2007, 12:49 PM   #15
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Im not an electrician, in fact I have no friggin clue about electronics. So my question is, where can I find my ground?
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Im not an electrician, in fact I have no friggin clue about electronics. So my question is, where can I find my ground?
any bolts that goes into the car body...

or there are two under the hood the form front of each inner fender. you will see a few ground wires going to them.

the best bet is to just find a ground inside the car. use a bolt on the Kick panel or make your own. or you could even use the Ground for the Light in the ask tray or Cig lighter.
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well found the blue wire but i have only one fan going on high speed whit or whitout the ignition switch on .i know now my fan are ok because they both work whit the ac on did anyone have the same thing on a 98
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