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Changes are the wiring color to a new fan motor are not going to be the same as the old fan motor. On the new motor there should be black, white, brown & brown with a white stripe. The black and white (or the two that are not brown) go to the contactor points L1 & L2 OR one goes on the left and one on right of the leaving points of the line voltage connections. It does not matter what black or white on which side (black goes on left normally). The two browns (1 with white and 1 plain brown) go to the NEW capacitor. Again doesn't made which side as long as they are on their own terminal not on the same side. Colors may be different depending on motor but the colors are usually blk,what and 2 brn
If it is a 240 model remove the under panels by turning the clips until they come out on both sides. Then using a small screwdriver remove the clips on the fan covers on both sides. Then remove the fans which will look like a flat concave disk. Remove the clips by pushing them in and sliding them so the big hole is over the shaft. Usually the fans shaft is rusty and sometimes you have to destroy the fans to get them off the shaft. With patience you may be able to get the fans apart by holding the fan on one side an using a rocking motion on the other side. Make sure you mark the side on the fan when you take it off. Do not use too much pressure or you may destroy the housing the fan is attached to. You can buy new fans at the dealers Once the fans are removed on the left side remove the three screws holding the motor to the mount then remove the fan. Depending on what has been done before I usually cut the wires at the fan and then solder the new motors wires to the old harness. Then put everything back together make sure you put the fans on the right side that is why one is grey and one is white or they will suck air instead of blowing it.
The BOX is a GE splicer - with 6 wires - 2 grey power wires, then the red, blue, black, and white from the fan motor. I have the same problem and cannot find another GE SPLICER 3 SPEED SWITCH for the fan. All switches that I have tried have 4 connections.........so a WIRING DIAGRAM would be GREAT!
Can anyone offer any help? I have tried every electrical store in the area!
Thr issue you are having you need to look on the motor and see if there is a diagram but you have to use the grey and white for a capacitor because i have an older fan that has no capacitor. and use the red for high
yellow to yellow main power wire red to red key wire black to black ground speaker wires are green purple for rear speakers and white and grey for front speakers solid wire color is power and black lines is ground orange is dimmer switch you wont need it blue wire is for power anntenna your car shouldn't have it and blue with white stripe is remote wire if you have an amp it will shut off your amp when hooked up any other wire unnessary for your car some head units need a anntenna adapter to work good luck. remember ground before anything and disconnect the battery so you don't blow the fuse
red = constant live 12v
brown = negative ground
violet = ignition live 12v
white = electric antenna (rear screen)
the speakers will be twisted pairs, i can not remember which is left and right but the grey stipe and brown strip are negative the others are positive.
If in doubt get a pro to install for you as you could cause damage if you connect wrongly.
Look at the schematic on the new motor , but i think if the 2 purple wires go each one to each side of the capacitor, the black to line and you need to connect the other line which Im 99% sure is the whte wire which is the only one left.Remember you need 220v between the fan motor lines for it to work.
hi! you mean there is ice on the part of evaporator or some in other part? its normally cool your refrigerator inside part.If ice is present your fan have insufficient air neede to frost free your evaporator its not the same with the origina you replace,beside your thermostat is not working have check this one.
Main power wires
Yellow to constant always on power
red to accessories
black to ground
blue if you have an amp this will be remote wire if you dont have amp then just cap off
the other wires are as follows
top section speaker wires right and left
bottom section speaker wires right and left
the speaker wires come in colors like purple purple line
grey grey line
orange orange line
white white blueline
these are your speaker wires simple just remember power lines grounds