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Author Subject: Heater fan full power
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Post #1
Hello everyone,

I haven't driven my car for 2 years and it was waiting for paint, then the work was done and I took my car back.

But the heater fan works non-stop.

First, I looked at the fan relay, it was clean, but I still bought a new green relay, I installed a new fuse, then I bought a 6441A1 (resistor unit), but it still continues to have full power.

Where should I look?

Does it affect the interior temperature sensor (6445AJ)?

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Posted 21st Feb 2024 at 16:20
welshpug!

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Post #2
is the ac button and recirc button lighting up?

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Posted 21st Feb 2024 at 17:18
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Post #3
welshpug! wrote:
is the ac button and recirc button lighting up?


Yes the panel lights are working.

A/C and interior cover open and close are working

I removed the brown socket going to the fan and measured it with a multimeter, when I change the fan speed, the volts change, when it is at full speed it is 7.45 v, when it is off (I know it is not fully off) it is 11.36 v.

I think this means the panel's signals are correct.

But I don't understand why the fan speed doesn't change. I have 2 fan modules, 1 is magnet, Marelli and the other is Sagem, but nothing has changed in both of them, they are still full power.

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Posted 23rd Feb 2024 at 07:01
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Post #4
I did another test today, I just connected the module without connecting the fan and using a multimeter, the V at the module output didnt change.

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Posted 24th Feb 2024 at 16:35
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Post #5
Today I removed the tiny fan on the ceiling and found the socket disconnected, I plugged it back but it still didn't work.

The only thing I haven't changed now is the fan motor itself. Could 2 modules be defective?

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Posted 9th Apr 2024 at 18:55
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Post #6
Even though no one knows anything, I solved it.
I don't understand how it happened, but I changed the places of the thick black and thick red cable in the 3-wire socket going into the FAN motor and now I can control it. I looked at the first socket of the heater wiring harness, it should be there, but I didn't understand how this could happen.

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Posted 15th Apr 2024 at 08:34
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Post #7
https://youtu.be/X8WasuW7x7E

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Posted 20th Apr 2024 at 22:45
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Post #8
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Even though no one knows anything, I solved it.
I don't understand how it happened, but I changed the places of the thick black and thick red cable in the 3-wire socket going into the FAN motor and now I can control it. I looked at the first socket of the heater wiring harness, it should be there, but I didn't understand how this could happen.


Did the wires look as if someone tried to repair it in the past? And then maybe switched the wires?

Anyway, great that you have resolved that issue!

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Posted 22nd Apr 2024 at 09:54
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Post #9
Joep wrote:
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Even though no one knows anything, I solved it.
I don't understand how it happened, but I changed the places of the thick black and thick red cable in the 3-wire socket going into the FAN motor and now I can control it. I looked at the first socket of the heater wiring harness, it should be there, but I didn't understand how this could happen.


Did the wires look as if someone tried to repair it in the past? And then maybe switched the wires?

Anyway, great that you have resolved that issue!


No one but me has touched the electrical system of my car since 2009, but the car was painted in 2022, then this problem started and an electrical repairman looked at it without asking me. The only possibility is that he is an electrician.

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Posted 26th Apr 2024 at 00:35
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Post #10
Joep wrote:
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Even though no one knows anything, I solved it.
I don't understand how it happened, but I changed the places of the thick black and thick red cable in the 3-wire socket going into the FAN motor and now I can control it. I looked at the first socket of the heater wiring harness, it should be there, but I didn't understand how this could happen.


Did the wires look as if someone tried to repair it in the past? And then maybe switched the wires?

Anyway, great that you have resolved that issue!


https://youtu.be/X8WasuW7x7E

Maybe you're interested, there are subtitles

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Posted 26th Apr 2024 at 00:37

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