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nick1983

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heater fan
« on: 06:46, Wed 21 September 2011 »
hi guys the heater fan doesnt work, ive checked the fuse and this is fine anybody got any other ideas?
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Ash-Lee

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Re: heater fan
« Reply #1 on: 07:37, Wed 21 September 2011 »
I would next check it's seated correctly on it's connections, or that the connections haven't corroded.

Open the bonnet, remove the plastic fan grill (if it's still there) and just pull the fan up and out.

nick1983

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Re: heater fan
« Reply #2 on: 13:26, Wed 21 September 2011 »
Tried that it seems pretty good. Spins over nicely doesn't look to be much wear on the motor. Maybe it's the switch?
Head ported,polished,valves reseated uprated valve springs
270 cam
Modified carb, large venturi
2.5in downpipe
large elbow
2.5in side exit
Paceintercooler
samco blue hoses
Green induction kit
T25 turbo
Forge actator
Ktec large drilled disc conversion,
APEX rear shocks, 35mm front springs.

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Re: heater fan
« Reply #3 on: 20:16, Thu 22 September 2011 »
Can you get a 12v feed direct to the fan?

denty225

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Re: heater fan
« Reply #4 on: 13:40, Sat 24 September 2011 »
Check the connectors for the fan. The plastic on one of mine was broken so when the fan sat in it just pushed the connector down out of the way. I used a bit of wire to connect it and all is good.

nick1983

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Re: heater fan
« Reply #5 on: 14:07, Sat 24 September 2011 »
Yeah it does seem a little loose I thought I'd solder some wires directly and try that  :roll:
Head ported,polished,valves reseated uprated valve springs
270 cam
Modified carb, large venturi
2.5in downpipe
large elbow
2.5in side exit
Paceintercooler
samco blue hoses
Green induction kit
T25 turbo
Forge actator
Ktec large drilled disc conversion,
APEX rear shocks, 35mm front springs.