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My heater fan works on low and medium speeds but blows a 20 amp fuse on the panel if switched to high.
I've read posts made previously in this forum and have studied the wiring diagram posted by Vile. With a good fuse and the relay removed, I get 12 volts to the heater-AC selector switch, to the battery and blower terminals of the fan switch when switch in highand in the heater relay harness at the clip on the orange wire which connects to the coil input terminal of the relay.
Plug in the relay and the fan runs in low and medium- the default setting of the relay- move the fan switch to high to put current through the coil in the relay and the fuse blows. In getting to this point, I've tried replacing the relay, tested the fan switch for continuity and ground faults, tested all the wires the harness with the resistor and switches unplugged for grounding, and tested for grounding between the orange wire and all other wires in the harness.
I've unwrapped and inspected wires in the harness as far as the firewall, no nicks or scorching. I have cleaned the grounds from the fan and the relay, and the clips on all wires in the relay plug socket. At this point, any ideas or suggestions anyone could make would be very welcome. You have a bad ground. At least that's what was wrong with mine To test, run a ground jumper to the one of the motor mount bolts and replace the fuse then switch to high.
Thanks, you nailed it.I have a Chevy K Silverado, miles Started the truck one morning and the heater panel was dark, no functions worked. I checked all fuses, then I removed the panel and disconnected the plug. With the key on, I found 12 volts on three different pins on the connector. I ordered a new panel and installed it and the same thing panel is still dark. What's Next? Do you. It sounds like the LPS fuse is out becasue that is what runs the system.
Here is a guide and a wiring diagram so you can do some testing. Here is the fuse panel and air conditioner wiring diagrams below Please let us know what happens. Cheers Images Click to enlarge. Was this answer.
I will tell a friend! The digital climate control panel on my Chevy C Silverado has started to sporadically cut on and off. This started very recently, so it has only happened a couple of times.
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The first time it happened, the display went blank, and the fan stopped blowing. It stayed off until I got to my destination. Once I got to my destination, I turned the truck off, and when I turned the key back to the "on" position, the display was on, and the fan was running.
It worked fine for a couple of days, and then it happened again.
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It did almost the same thing as the first time, only when the display went blank, there were various icons on the display that would flash, like it was trying to turn back on and couldn't. The fan also stopped this time as well. Another thing that was different is that a few moments after it went out, the display came back on by itself, and the fan began working.
I do not know if there is a fuse for the climate control, or perhaps a relay. Where do I start checking this? Or do you think the climate control panel itself is going bad? It sounds like the panel is going bad but this also sounds like auto temp control so have a pro check it as it may be something else. When you say "auto temp control" are you talking about a "Auto" button that some vehicles have that allows the vehicle to control the climate based on the temperature setting?
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If the relay is blown out, you will need to install a new one is soon as you can. Thankfully, it is fairly simple to tell if the relay is malfunctioning and to install a replacement. The blower motor relay is located in the under hood power distribution center and is simply labeled "Blower. Remove the fuse block cover.
The fuse block is located in the upper corner of the engine compartment, and the cover can be removed by hand. Pull the blower relay out of the fuse block. The blower relay is located near the front of the fuse block and is labeled "Blower. If the metal rod inside is broken, the relay will need to be replaced. Install a replacement relay if necessary.
Reattach the cover to the fuse block and close the hood of your Chevrolet vehicle. This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.
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