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Relay center location

Buick Park Ave 91, AC control panel is functional, blower is blowing, AC relay on the firewall isn't getting 12V at all in order to engage the AC clutch. Fuses-fusible links-breakers are fine.
Manual isn't pointing where to go for the relay center even it shows the picture of it. The dashboard AC control panel has bunch of thin wires I need to know where it goes. I am after a whiplash so I can't afford to crawl around for no reson. Thanks for the shortcut and asistance.

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Finally located the AC primary small relay in the relay center under the right dashboard site. The relay had burned winding and only the resistor connected parallel to the coil was showing some resistance otherwise it wasn't engaging when I applied power to it. The Buick is actually 1990.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

  • mabrown226 Sep 10, 2011

    how did you find the relay my blower is blowing even with the key removed.

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