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Old 07-23-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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is there an inline fuse for the blower motor (85 pace arrow)

I found a wiring diagram for an 83 pace arrow, everything seems to match up except I don't see an inline fuse for the blower motor. The relay seems to be working fine (everything else connected to it is working) and there is no obvious fuse for the blower in the main fuse box, so I am hoping there is a fuse inline that I'm just not seeing.

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Don't know about an inline fuse, but you do need the supply power at the relay.

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Old 07-23-2012, 10:08 PM   #3
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Don't know about an inline fuse, but you do need the supply power at the relay.
Thanks, the other things on the relay are working, I assumed that meant there was power, is there another way to check power to the blower?
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I decided to have this looked at in a shop, I'm not sure I have thx skills to remove the dash without breaking anything. Turns out previous owner did a DIY job on the wiring and it was a little too short, wouldn't quite snap into the harness all the way. Shop lengthened the wiring and I'm good to go!
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