Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Trying to get my ac to run
Posted by Anonymous on
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underhood fuse box, blow fuse.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure you don't have delco loc 2 or theftloc audio system before disconnecting the battery. You should be able to do this by contacting your local dealer and they run the vin and tell you.
unplug connector from fan motor
remove bolts holding fan shroud to radiator
pull assembly up to dislodge the holding tabs then guide the assembly out from the car
make sure all wiring is unplugged
carefull not to contact the radiator fins they are sharp
remove the fan retaining bolt from the assembly
install is reverse
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Check out this link... better than a diagram, a photo.
note: on my screen this guy's "purple" circle looks more like a light blue, maybe lavender.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
There are two types of blower fan speed control. One uses a rheostat, and the other one uses electronic circuits. The speed control is atually located on the blower fan housing. It is fastened with two screws. The rheostat kind uses nicrhome wires(same wire used for heating element such as a toaster etc. The more wire wound around the mica material( anyways a mica is a heatproof material), the greater the resistance and therefore the slowe the motor will turn. The electronic kind uses a transistor, and works very much like the speed control on a cordless power drill. The transistor gets pulse from another electronic device and this pulse is modulated by the control knob in your dash. When this transistor gets messed up it gets shorted. This results in having high speed at all settings. The rheostat kind mess up when the nichrome wire gets burnt out and you end up with may a fan that works only on high, or maybe wroks only on medium and high vice versa. So the problem is the speed control mounted on your blower fan housing. If you want to know how to test them let me knw I will show you.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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