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Author Subject: Possibly blower resister problem?


Location: HONG KONG

Registered: 16 Jan 2009

Posts: 17

Status: Offline

Post #1
Hey guys:
I took my 6 for a drive under a very hot noon time, turned a/c on and manually set fan speed at notch "5". Burnt smell came in around 7~8 minutes then a/c and blower halt together. Stopped to check and fuse-21 seemed to melt with fuse case before it could actually blew. Dismantled fuse case for clean-up, then tried with new fuse. a/c works, blower works fine at all speed except at "notch 5" which heats up the fuse quite rapidly. Switch it to all other positions stop the heat build up. Could it be the blower resistor problem? Anyone know where it is hidden?
Posted 30th Sep 2009 at 18:26

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