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Old 03-31-2018, 05:07 PM   #1
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I have been reading the Forum because my heater/AC fan on the dash only works on high. It appears from the responses that it may be the resistor pack. I am unable to follow the wires from the fan switch. Readers said it may be mounted, on, or in, the heater duct or, on the firewall near the fan motor. I cannot find it. Anybody able to send me a picture from their 2001 Endeavor or perhaps anyone else with a suggestion or picture or more information?
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Can you follow the wires from the switch to the air box? It is not uncommon for the resistor pack to be inside the air box, for cooling.
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I don't have any pics but frequently the resistor block is mounted into the fan housing, near the fan motor, accessible from the interior and often behind the glove box.

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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

I can't add to what others have suggested.

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Thank you both so much. Great video!! Hopefully I will use it. Still can't find the resistor but back outside to try again. Ill keep you posted.
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Thank you both so much. Great video!! Hopefully I will use it. Still can't find the resistor but back outside to try again. Ill keep you posted.
Make sure you look from inside the RV. It's not an obvious component. Usually the only thing showing is the connector.
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Make sure you look from inside the RV. It's not an obvious component. Usually the only thing showing is the connector.
Found it! In the outside front end, tucked way up in the back of the blower box where I couldn't see it at all. Found with the help of an RV friend with a newer HR Endeavor who told me the colours of the wire group which I traced upward to where it was completely hidden from view. New one ordered online(no one local had one). Sure hope I can get it back in now because there's no way to see it!
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Found it! In the outside front end, tucked way up in the back of the blower box where I couldn't see it at all. Found with the help of an RV friend with a newer HR Endeavor who told me the colours of the wire group which I traced upward to where it was completely hidden from view. New one ordered online(no one local had one). Sure hope I can get it back in now because there's no way to see it!
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