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Old 10-19-2021, 02:18 PM   #1
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Unhappy 1999 Fleetwood Flair Dash Heater - A/C Switch

Ok, I am a newbie to this forum. My 1999 Flair ingested a shop rag into the heat / ac blower squirrel cage, and destroyed the fan motor. that has been replaced, but will still not operate. I am now working with the dash controls. If I apply test power supply with a lead from the cig lighter to the red wire plug on the switch, all is fine until i move the fan speed, and then it blows fuse on my external power. Thus, i assume the control switch is shorting out? Am i correct that red is "power in"? I dont want to buy a new control switch (almost impossible to find) before to confirm this problem. HELP!
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Welcome to iRV2.

Sorry you first post is about problems .

Is your coach a class C or A ?
Fragments of the shop rag could have got onto the speed resistor block causing your short .

If this is on a class A chassis have you seen anything that would indicate the brand of dash HVAC unit ? Evans ?
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Welcome to the forum.

You are joining a good group friends here with good information to share. Read the various threads here and ask questions as they come up or add information if you can. Good luck with the fix.

Good luck enjoy the adventure!
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Right now i am NOT convinced that power is coming into the dash controls. On the fan speed toggle, I can not get 12 vdc to show up on any of the wiring harness pins. i am assuming the red wire is "power in" ??? i need a wiring schematic for the denso control panel. i can get 3 or 4 fan speeds to work when i touch the external power source to the pins on the right side of the wiring harness. Still need HELP! Roger
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OK : Denso , here's what I have on those systems .
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File Type: pdf DENSO_RV_HVAC_Service Manual_0427 (1).pdf (2.50 MB, 8 views)
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Will trace and test wires today. Thank You.
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