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Where is the location for heater blower resistor on a vw caddy pick up mk2 1998 model?

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SOURCE: I need to know where to locate the blower resistor

hi it should be on the left hand side of the center console as it meets the dash it sits just behind ther

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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Hi
Sorry....No good news on this problem.
The resistor is built into the blower motor and can NOT be removed
You are going to have to replace the motor
Best of luck
John

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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The resistor is locatedright by the blower motor itself . --------- Also click this link below for car problem troubleshooting:--- http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/06/car-troubleshooting-guide.html ----------- Thanks.

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SOURCE: vw caddy 2006 heater blower switch only works on 4

I have the same problem on my Caddy /07. Switch only works on #4. Seems they should have supplied switches without faults. Any one know how to remove the dash switch?

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It has a 4 wire connector...Wire colors are...Yellow...Green...White/Blue...And Blue.
Inside this resistor pack is a fuse. If you use an ohm meter.
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Where is the resistor pack located on a 1995 Chevy pick-up? The heater only works on high so I'm pretty sure that's the problem... Thanks Randy


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Vw caddy 2006 heater blower switch only works on 4 , it does not blow on 1,2,3 ps it is a caddy van ,,,,i had to put corrado cause it didnt have caddy on there site


I have the same problem on my Caddy /07. Switch only works on #4. Seems they should have supplied switches without faults. Any one know how to remove the dash switch?

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Have a 1982 VW Rabbit conv. The heater fan blows then stops.


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Hi
Sorry....No good news on this problem.
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You are going to have to replace the motor
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1. REMOVE GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR

2. REMOVE ENGINE (and ECT) ECU
(a) Disconnect the wire harness clamps.
(b) Disconnect the connectors.
(c) Remove the 2 bolts and engine (and ECT) ECU.
3. Two way flow heater models only:
REMOVE AIR DUCT (Motor cover)
(a) Disconnect the control link.
(b) Disconnect the connector clamps.
(c) Remove the screw.
(d) Release the claw and remove the air duct.
4. REMOVE BLOWER RESISTOR
(a) Disconnect the connector.
(b) Remove the 2 screws and blower resistor.
5. INSPECT BLOWER RESISTOR RESISTANCE
Tester connection Condition Specified condition
1 − 3 Constant Approx. 0.4 ω
1 − 2 Constant Approx. 1.5 ω
1 − 4 Constant Approx. 2.8 ω
If resistance is not as specified, replace the blower resistor.
6. INSTALL BLOWER RESISTOR
7. Two way flow heater models only:
INSTALL AIR DUCT
8. INSTALL ENGINE (and ECT) ECU
9. INSTALL GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR

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