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I change a ac fan control for a new one but still with the same problem whit the speed number 4 the lower numbers donot work is the any other problem with it


I had this problem with a '01 Focus. Replaced the switch (also set up 1-4 speeds) and it fixed it. You may have a blower motor going bad. Hope this helped!

Oct 26, 2012 | 2000 Dodge Stratus

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95 montero,3.0l,need a diagram of firing order.HELP!


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What type of transmission is in my 2000 pontiac bonneville


Hello, this vehicle uses a HydraiMatic 4T65-E, it is a 4 speed automatic with electronic torque converter lock up


(1) SRTA Tag Location (2) Transmission ID Location (3) Hydra-Matic 4T65-E ID Tag (4) Transmission (5) Julian Date (6) Shift Built A = First Shift; B = Second Shift; C = Third Shift (7) Update Level (8) Model (9) Serial Number in Base Code 31 (10) W = Warren Plant (11) Hydra-Matic 4T65-E (12) Model Year (13) Line Built 1 = Line 1; 2 = Line 2; 3 = Line 3; 4 = Line 4 (14) SRTA Metal Tag (15) Control Number (16) Serial Number (17) Calendar Year (18) SRTA Label (19) Part Number213b684.gif

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What is the proper plug wire sequence on the ditributor cap for a 1998 Dodge Dakota 4 cilinder?


For all Dodge 4 cylinder engines, the firing order is 1-3-4-2
All dodge distributors rotate clockwise.
Standing on passenger side number 1 is at bottom left or 7:00 o clock.
going clockwise number 3 plug wire is next then number 4 then last one is number 2 wire.
plug wire number 1 is 7:00 o clock
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1983 civic 1.5L 5 speed manual. and i need to kn...


firing order piston number (1-2-4-3) clockwise at distributor
at the engine from right 1st piston =piston number one
the engine from right second piston =piston number two
the engine from right 3rd =piston number three
the engine from right 4 =piston number four

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What is the current correct procedure for setting valve lash on a GM 2.8L / 3.1L V6 ? I understand the procedure in the service manual and the Haynes manual has been updated to a new procedure. An engine...


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My 2000 Mazda MPV heater fan works for 4 not for 1


You need to replace the blower motor resistor,it's in the heater box.Number 4 bypasses the resistor and all the other speeds go through it so it's the most likely problem.

Feb 19, 2010 | 2000 Mazda MPV

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Blower only works on 4 (top speed)


sounds like you need the blower speed resistor...once you put in the new one it will work just fine.......

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Toyota Corolla 98 Cylinder #1 and #4 misfire


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Mar 01, 2009 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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Air conditioner not working


you have a problem with your switch. the contact for the compressor is making only at speed 1 and goes off when you choose 2 to 4. trace the wires that went to your switch and if you have an ohmeter, you will find 6 wires comes out of the switch, one for the source, four for the speed if you have four speed and last for the compressor. check first if you can identify the common wire and chk continuity from the common wire to number 1 ,2,3 and 4. then chk the last wire which is the compressor that it should have continuity all the while from 1 to 4. if it has only at 1 and not to 2,3 and 4. then there is your problem, if you can open up the switch, then it may need contacts cleaning or contacts repair. i hope i was able to help.

anothere thing, try to wiggle the handle of the switch and observe if the copmressor would run as you wiggle it. this would even support my theory that you have a broken switch.

Jun 24, 2008 | 2000 Ford Focus

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