Question about Heating & Cooling
I greased up the bearings to stop the annoying sound it makes. The only problem is I didn't take a picture of how it was wired. tried to do it myself and I got a bunch of smoke that smelt like electric. If anyone just has a picture of how theirs is wired it would help me out. Thanks guys!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 heater blower motor:
Since its presently working, don't mess with it yet. You can put a toggle switch in between so you can turn it on and off (you can even mount it under the dash). Get a good wiring diagram and use it to make sense of what you have.(Chilton makes a good diagram book which can sometimes be found in the library) I would not rely on Haynes for this,,, I've seen their diagrams and even with 30yrs in the business, I can't make heads or tails out of their stuff over 90% of the time!!)
Likely, there was a problem in the system to start with and the previous owner opted to just hot wire it rather than repair it. Therefore your problem is not only locating and re-connecting stuff, but figuring out what the other guy either didn't want to fix or couldn't figure out himself! Take your time with this and you can figure it out!!! Though this may not qualify as a "solution" it will help get you pointed in the right direction!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: Blower motor wire harness
Unless you live in the desert, crimp connectors should NEVER BE USED, except for emergency temporary repair aid. Use either repair harness end or get a harness section from a junkyard. make sure you connect wires properly and use proper sized heat shrink tubing to cover soldered joints.. To replace blower motor, locate it and remove it. If complicated by location, spring for $20. and get a manual (which will help you many more times with other stuff as well!!!)
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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