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Well today i started up the car and the ac blower didn't cut on with the ac. I did some trouble shooting and i seems that the blowers good ( i hooked it up to a car jumper and it worked),i think narrowed it down to a brown wire with red stripe not supplying enuff juice. Anyone know where it leads??

 

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The problem is coming from the control unit not sending a signal which may require replacing it.
 

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The problem is coming from the control unit not sending a signal which may require replacing it.
Ok Wheres that located? Oh btw when i hooked the positive wire directly from the battery the the brown with red strip wire the whole system works as it should with change in fan speed, temp, etc
 

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Well i chased the wire all the way to the fuse box in the engine compartment and the wire was loose for some reason. Anyway i fixed it, and its working again.
 

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I'm having the same intermittent probem. I'll have to check my fuse box as well. I have an email wtih pics/instructions on how to bypass the fuse panel with an inline fuse. I just haven't had time to try it out myself but its seemed to fix the problem on quite a few vehicles.
 

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The problem is coming from the control unit not sending a signal which may require replacing it.
Mike, Mike, Mike, how can you say that with no other info that what was given by the OP?

C'mawn, we gotta look closer than that.

I don't have the interest in finding the picture right now, but somewhere, there's a picture I took that showed exactly what the problem often is. The black and brown wires that go into the "natural" color connector pretty much in the center of the above pics.
 

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okay very new member but going through this pain as well. I am currently using a hot wire from the fuse box to run the front A/C blower but I have no control at 12V... on is on. The wire that supplies the fan is dead. Am I looking at a new control box for the climate control or should I look somewhere else first? Also rear A/C has same issue, no blowing of air, is it connected to the front unit controls?
 

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okay very new member but going through this pain as well. I am currently using a hot wire from the fuse box to run the front A/C blower but I have no control at 12V... on is on. The wire that supplies the fan is dead. Am I looking at a new control box for the climate control or should I look somewhere else first? Also rear A/C has same issue, no blowing of air, is it connected to the front unit controls?
There is a relay for the AC Blower is usually located the behind the blower is covered by a black insulation, this could be the problem, try to test this relay, then the plastic conectors they tend to fail a lot.
 
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