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Posted 22 December 2010 - 11:33 PM
So is it hard to take the switch from my parts car and put in in the dash on my 94? Also where is that resister? in the dash behind the glovebox i think i heard?
Posted 23 December 2010 - 03:16 AM
The resistor pack is next to the blower motor (and partially mounted to it) in the passenger footwell near the kick panel. Stand on your head in the passenger seat and you should be able to see the blower motor pointing straight down. The resistor pack should be just firewall side of the motor IIRC.
Posted 26 December 2010 - 05:23 AM
one other thing my fan switch in the dash will only go up to speed 3 and some thing is blocking it from going to the 4th setting how hard is it to switch out this fan speed control switch in the dash?
Posted 26 December 2010 - 11:06 AM
Regarding the control, I have not done one, but I believe that someone else asked and was given directions in the last month. (Winter always seems to bring out these Q's)
Posted 26 December 2010 - 12:06 PM
chances are that the switch itself is bad. try pulling or pushing on the knob to see if it makes contact. or pull off the knob and move the post up or down.
i had one that faile on me in this manner, wehre i took off the knob and shoved a pen in the hole, and secired it with a rubber band to give some upwards tension. I was able to take the switch apart and rebuild it to make it work, but it failed again.
If you wish to remove or replace the switch, you will have to remove the instrument cluster bezel. But, before you do this, pop out the DEf and the OFF buttons on the heater control and remove the 2 screws. If not, the whole heater control cluster will come out withthe bezel, and you risk breaking these screw tabs, which are the only thing that keeps the heater cluster from falling into the dash.
once you have the bezel off, you can remove the 2 screws behind the heater switch knob to replace the switch itself.
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