Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
I replaced the switch ($18.79 from Ford) and it did not change anything. I see that relays 3, 8 and 31 are listed as "blower" in owners guide. 31 is a fuse which I checked, but do not know how to remove relays 3, and 8 or how to check them. Any ideas, anyone?
A car relay is a particular kind of remote-control switch. It is
magnetically operated and is used to control electrical circuits from a
distant point. It controls electrical components like fuel pumps, air
conditioner motors and radiator fans. But relays use flexible
mechanical contacts that wear or burn, effectively blocking current to
the circuits they service. Fortunately, a car relay is easy to test.
Follow these simple steps to troubleshoot any particular relay in your
car and find out whether you actually need to replace it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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