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Maybe short not sure. but ac and heat and turn signals not working. checked there fuse but fine. any way to fix problem even for temp month or so.
There has been known malfunctions that had these models spark and catch on fire. Please disconnect the battery and or do not park in a garage or carport. I know of one instance that the car caught on fire and the whole house burned to the ground.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your fan seems to be drawing way too much current, common with fan motors of all kinds when they are going bad. It will still blow, but hot wires and blown fuses in the normal circuit indicate you have an excessive load in the circuit. Fan motors create this condition regularly, but are often ignored since they are "still blowing."
Here's a cheap, easy way to test my theory:
Try a new fuse, the proper amperage, but leave the blower motor unplugged at the blower itself. That will tell you in a few rides if the blower was the culprit. (Which it most likely is.) I bet your #20 fuse will stop blowing and no more smoking pink wires! Hope this helps. Remember, blower motors are cheap, traffic tickets and dash fires are not. The blower motor draw is the logical thing wrong with this picture. Good LUCK! TT
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
There is a vacuum leak under the hood. If it's a 6 cylinder, look on the drivers side for a vacuum line that runs vertical with a 90 degree angle fitting to the manifold. That one usually comes off. If it is a V8 look on the battery side for a broken or corroded vacuum line.
Posted on May 18, 2009
If you still have flasher problems, I read on Google to spray WD-40 down in and around the hazzard flasher button, then press it up and down several times...and BINGO...all flashers and signals worked again....just had some dirt and dust in the wiring....
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
OK the HVAC system has several components that make it work.
The actual heat is the hot coolany from your engine that flows though a heater core.
The blower fan operates on 12 volts, and runs through a resistor to apply your fan speeds.
The selector to run heat, defrost, ect. runs off of the vehicles engine vacuum, and opens and closes diverter doors.
The A/C uses a pump at the engine, a condersor coil and several switches.
I would look to the HVAC switch controler. Check for voltage there.
Please let me know.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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