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heater problems... Still

Darkk_Calais

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ive changed the whole fan motor and all the relays and still nothing, anyone know what it could be now? Its starting to get really cold so i need a heater lol
 

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Need more info, is it climate control? what exactly is it doing ?
 

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sorry, the car is a vt calais s/c v6 with climate control about a week ago the fan stopped working all together no speeds at all so i read in the forums thats its usually the relays so i changed them all... still nothing so i read how to pull the fan motor apart and clean it so i did... Still nothing so i bought a new fan motor and... still nothing

Any help or ideas would be a huge help cos im stumped lol
 

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it could be the fan speed resister it can cause all sorts of problems, its located behind the glove compartment
 

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it could be the fan speed resister it can cause all sorts of problems, its located behind the glove compartment
i say it would b this 2 theres a few threads around showing how 2 replace it.
 

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thanks guys, i pulled it out and had a look there dosnt look like there is anything wrong with it but it cant help to change it anyway ill try it tonight.
 

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Before you shell out any more 'dosh' on parts that don't need replacing, get your self a cheep multi meter and trace back a few voltages to see where the faulty part is.
 
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