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Old 02-01-2013, 06:07 PM   #1
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96 fleetwood climate cntrl fan on drivers dash

HEllo. My climate controls on my dash will not turn on the blower fan. I have troubleshot the blower fan itslef and it works and also have troubleshot the relays and selenoids and they are working correctly. I believe it cpuld be the whole sitch panel on my dash but do not know for sure. If it is the switch i have already been doing some research on replacements but have heard parts are obsolete at this point. Can anyone help me figure out this issue as to why the switch will not turn on my blower fan, heat or ac? All fuses are good and relays as well. Can hear buzzing or clicking sound fro them. I disconnected the blower fan and ran it to a straight power source and it truned on fine.. Thnks guys..

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Old 02-01-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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It could be the resistors that control the speed. If the fan works on direct 12v, next check the switch for continuity by using a multimeter. I'm not sure what your controls look like, but many of them are from Evans Tempcon. In mine, I found the control panel was an Evans product but also found out it was used in Dodge pick ups. Ebay had a used one for $25, saving me bunches, especially since mine was no longer in production by Evans. Here's a link to their website and you'll find a resistor pictured.
Evans Tempcon, Inc - Service Parts

Good luck with it.

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