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Chrysler Voyager came back from some minor MOT fixes. Heating fan inside car is running continuously with no speed control

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  • deanfurby May 28, 2011

    Thanks. Too late to look now but will do tomorrow.

  • deanfurby May 31, 2011

    Just for your info it was a burnt out rheostat motor behind the control knob. Sorted now.



    Thanks.

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Usually when the fan inside starts to run continuously with no speed control it usually is ? sign that the controller fuse or the control switch is burnt. This could be as a result of a number of factors. But generally you need the control switch or fuse whichever is affected replaced. Although you might also want the car wiring system checked to avoid further occurences. The controller could be located in ? variety of places but mostly it is behind the glove compartment. Feel free to request further assistance. Hope this solution has been helpful?

Posted on May 28, 2011

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    Rockme May 28, 2011

    Ok. Let me know what you find out tomorrow.

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