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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jun 13th, 07, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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What prongs need to be hot (blower motor relay)?

Ok, another question! Seriously, I am banging my head trying to figure this issue out.

What prongs need to be hot during high speed, on the Blower Motor Relay?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Jun 13th, 07, 02:22 PM
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Re: What prongs need to be hot (blower motor relay)?

trickie, try to keep all your questions that are about the same issue in the same thread so folks can read all the details and reply in the same thread. Helps us Mods keep things orderly for other to 'search' for later.
Here is the relay and its color wires, If you dont have the AIM (assembly instruction manual) already, time to buy it. That will help you thru all these little quirks it has the wiring diagrams in there too

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Re: What prongs need to be hot (blower motor relay)?

Yea, I did purchase the AIM, which is very vague to! Thanks for the picture, I have replied in my previous post to try and keep it all in one! Please see that post!

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Re: What prongs need to be hot (blower motor relay)?

Tab 1 is the 12V power from the fuse in the wire gutter, Ttab 2 is power to pick the coil from the fan speed switch on the dash, and Tab 3 is power out to the blower motor. Tab 5 is ground.

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