Question about Peugeot 206
Removed motor and tested winddings motor tests ok and works if I apply direct voltage to main power socket on the motor . I don't quite understand how the motor is started via the climate control panel help........
It powers up thru a resistor block which may have some burnt out coils on it..
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
Hi gary ther is a resistor pack that feeds the motor take note of the colours of the wires and the size of the wires that feed the motor and follow them back to the resister block and replace the resister block hope this will be helpfull
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the fan speed resister block... located under the dash in the duct work near the fan. i may have failed
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
I have a 92 Suburban with the same issue (been going on for about a year) AC will turn on when hit a bump in the road... and off with the same type of bump...
I had researched just about everything including replacing the RELAY behind the glove box...
this still didn't help...
finally after replacing most the hardware... I started tracing the wires and found that there is a plug under the glove box there there is a HOT (red) wire that was overheating due to a bad connection and it was melting...
here is where my plug is...
- open the glove box & remove the door
- remove the screws on sides of glove box and remove the glove box it's self...
(you should now see many wires and things)
- now this is where I replaced the relay... I think it was the middle one... if you replace it you will want to refer to a manual or call a dealership to make sure you replace the right one... (it was like $24 or $27)... here is a link to what the relay looks like...
-then if you follow the RED wire out of that relay.... about 3 feet of wire or so.... you will find a connector... with 5 Wires (Mine are colored - Red, Orange, Lime, Black and Green)
** this is the connector that seems to be my problem
Either Replace the Connectors or the (cheap way to fix it is remove the connector and clamp and/or sodier each of the 5 pairs of wires together without the plug... )
I am currently waiting for a new plug from my local dealer but I have bypassed the connector and manually connected the wires until the dealer gets the connector get it...
Hopefully that helps...
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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