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Fan only goes high and low

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by Malcolm, December 24, 2004.

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  1. Malcolm

    Malcolm New Member

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    My most recent problem to my good old '92 is that the fan seems to only work on high and low, or off. Basically, when I turn the nob that controls the speed, the first 4 options do nothing and the last option (high) works fine. Has anyone ever come across this problem? (I have a feeling the answer is yes). Please let me know your thoughts...thanks!
     
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  3. Sid Daley

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    I'll have to keep an eye on this thread, I have a 92 Suzuki swift and the fan only works on high..

    Sid

     
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    Definatly is, look to the left of the a/c accumulator under the hood, or right below the blower motor in the passenger's side rear of the engine bay. It has two attaching screws on either side, with 5/16th's or 8mm heads. It has a connector with about 5-8 wires on it and looks as if it plugs into the black box.

    They are usually about $8-10 at Autozone so it's not that bad of a job.

    Later Doug904.
     






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