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Intertek Tower Fan will not come on.

Pulled switch panel,checked for power to circuit board,all good. Can not see a fuse.

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Oh I may know this one... if the fan is good, chances are you have a bios problem.in the boot up routine starting the fan is one of the first actions the system will do. You may need to reload the bios... also if that fixes the problem then you may want to look at the cmos batt.. it keeps voltage on the chip so that it will not loose memory. As far as I know there isno way to verify bios good, except by listening for the fan to come on, hard drive runs and lights flash.you can check the fan by putting power to the leads andsee if it runs.

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I would have a dealership take a look at the wiring. It sounds like it may be shorting out somewhere, possibly inside the door. I am unsure if the door locks and mirror motors are linked, but I would assume it would explain the fuse location in the owners manual.

If you are unable to locate the manual, I can dig mine out of my trunk.

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the blower motor itself....see if its gone bad

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SOURCE: 1989 Buick Century Power Window Problem

check the wire bundle that runs between the drivers door and the door post. This door is the most used in the entire vehicle which makes these wires flex and eventually break. I had the exact same problem, did exactly what you did until I finally figured out the problem was not where the symptoms showed up. It is a very tight spot to do any kind of a repair, but I did it and so can you.

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SOURCE: 97 hyundai accent no headlights or heater fan

Under the dash fuse box ,fuse 15 (TCM ECT) is a combination of cluster, heater and headlights.probably a relay fuse!!!!! fuse 16is a relay fuse.

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Fuse is ok no power to blower motor switch


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Replacement
  1. Access the fuse panel from the left of the steering column.
  2. Locate the blown fuse and pull out. DO NOT TWIST.
  3. Take note of the ampre number written on the top of the fuse. To install:
  4. Push a new fuse of the same ampre into the receptacle, making sure the contact is being made on both sides of the fuse.
LOCATIONS Headlights and Highbeam Indicator
  • One 18 amp circuit breaker (22 amp in 1987 vehicles) incorporated in the lighting switch.
Front and Rear Marker, Side Parking, Rear and License Lamps
  • One 15 amp circuit breaker incorporated in the lighting switch.
Windshield Wiper
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Power Windows
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Power Seats and Power Door Locks
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Hazard Flasher REMOVAL & INSTALLATION NOTE: The hazard warning flasher is located on the rear side of the fuse panel.
  1. Locate the hazard flasher in the fuse panel.
  2. Pull the flasher out. DO NOT TWIST. To install:
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Circuit Circuit Protection and Rating Location Headlamps and High Beam Indicator 20 Amp. CB Integral with Lighting Switch Heated Back Window 16 GA Fuse Link Engine Compartment Power Windows, Power Seat, Power Door Locks 20 Amp. CB Starter Motor Relay Load Circuit Fuse Link In Harness Engine Compartment Lamp Fuse Link In Harness Convertible Top 25 Amp. CB Lower Instrument Panel-Reinforcement


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B 40 Amp Orange
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C 40 Amp Orange
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J — — Not Used K 10 Amp Blue
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P 20 Amp Clear
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S 30 Amp Yellow
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