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Most heater fans have a resister built into the wiring and connection block on the actual casing. High fan speed=full voltage, Mid speed=small resister, Slow fan speed=large resister. Change the resister block. Pete
1) It is normal for the wipers, in rain sensor mode, to cycle once upon startup.
2) In rain sensor mode, the wipers should be intermittent with the
cycles increasing as the volume of moisture increases on the windshield.
The speed will increase until it reaches the continuous slow speed of
position 2 on the switch. It will not increase to the fastest speed
which is position 3 on the switch. You have to go to the fastest speed
by manually rotating the switch to postion 3. Doesn't seem like a design
flaw to me.
your battery will be charged at a lower rate as the revs rise, you will need the final output rate to get an idea of what value the resister you will need to change it to, as a rule your indicator relay should be rate at 21w+ 21w now if your indicaters are flashing at higher flash rate then you will need to increase the resister rate and the opposite to make it speed up. what values you need will depend on what resister you already have , match it on a chart and then replace with next value until you get thew right flsh rate. as votage increases resistence increases.
pull motor ,check for burned wires onfan and bak of fan speed switch,fan could be the problem un hook fan and conect directley to 12 volts and see if varibles exsist,if so replace fan motor/look for a fan resister if all the other things check out
1. Set the remote to run the fan on high.
2. Pull the fan speed chain until the fan reaches high speed.
3. All speeds should work normally now.
The remote is modulating the maximum speed as set by the pull chain.