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93 Subaru Heater fan not working

My heater fan stoped working. There is ground power going to the wires, but no operating power. The other thing now is that when I turn on the switch that should bring power to my heater fan it now turns on the engine fans.

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    when I turn on the switch that should bring power to my heater fan it now turns on the engine fans.

  • dylfoot Apr 02, 2009

    Robo, I have the same problem, did you find out how to fix it? I've checked the relays and replaced the switch and tested the fan itself, still no idea whats happening? I can hear a clicking in my fuse box when I turn it on and off. Get back to me!

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Have you checked the earth? You may find current is going to earth via the fans. Find the earth for the heater and make sure it is earthing really well. Hope this helps.

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