Discovery 3 Blower Relay
Posts: 16513 I faultmate would help isolate the module at fault but the flashing light could just be a minor misalignment and your blower problem could be a separate issue. It might be the the carbon brushes (not bushes) are worn or stuck in their holders. Somehow the connection through the fuseblock to fuses 6 & 7 fails. See if you get a zero reading or not, and repeat for the other not purple / green wire. Check This Out
Text me for greatest likelihood of finding me. 260-804-0458 Dominic Perodeau/Global British is a thieving bastard, do not send him money. I connected it to the 30 amp bypass wire. Pull connector 0581 (see photo), locate the brown with pink wire, test this wire through the connector with the test light (with A/C on). Just take your time and be patient. https://www.landyzone.co.uk/land-rover/discovery-300tdi-heater-blower-doesnt-work.168312/
Discovery 3 Blower Relay
Having read all the past posts on this I have checked: duct and drain hole in woing - was full of 1" of muck and as hard as concrete but now Sellotape them to some paper and make a note of where they come from as you go. I can but I certainly wouldnt call it "free" (eg: its not like spinning a bicycle wheel upside down) however I wouldnt call it "stiff" either, could move fairly easily with I have Red, White/Red, White/black, thin brown and thin blue/red.
If you need to replace the switch be careful. Land Rover Forums : Land Rover and Range Rover Forum > Land Rover Model Forums > Discovery Series II > Disco 2 blower dead Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 Imagine its easy and Im being stupid Share this post Link to post Share on other sites western 122 Recovery Man Moderators 122 29,976 posts Location:Cornwall,UK Posted March 14, 2010 Sorry...
Is this the fuse block issue everyone has been writing about?? It is also brown, but has five wires in it. Got it for 100$ from landroverparts.com. http://forum.lro.com/viewtopic.php?f=62&t=63522 If you can't get the proper brushes be creative and modify some to fit.
White/red from the blower relay which reads +11.4v, and a black/orange wire from the resistor pack which also reads +11.4v. After an average of 6 attempts, it starts! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites western 122 Recovery Man Moderators 122 29,976 posts Location:Cornwall,UK Posted March 14, 2010 · Report post there's no relay, wiring Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me?
Discovery 3 Heater Relay
Posts: 16513 Hmm, flashing ECON light indicates problems but the re-cal should sync the motors if possible. Then you can reach the slider switch wires. Discovery 3 Blower Relay At IGN2 it shows +11v in all slider switch positions. Discovery 3 Heater Not Working I have tried swapping headlight washer relay again and still it doesnt want to work.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites errol209 1 Tinkerer Settled In 1 1,347 posts Location:Preston (PR5) and Altrincham (WA14) Posted March 14, 2010 · Report post his comment is here If there are errors present, the programmed defrost LED will flash and the system will attempt to calibrate itself." HTH Darrell 20th Sep 2011 5:49 pm Robbie Member Since: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites errol209 1 Tinkerer Settled In 1 1,347 posts Location:Preston (PR5) and Altrincham (WA14) Posted March 9, 2010 · Report post The recal doesn't seem do be rectifying the issue. Land Rover Discovery Blower Motor Not Working
- Like the power was supplied and immediately removed.
- Check that pin for power from fuse 7.
- yes mine plays up as well, sometimes decides not to work, then suddenly kicks into life, anyone have any ideas??
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- You should get a different but finite value, which might be very close to the other.
- Here is my issue. 2004 disco 2.
- Are there some tests I can do with the multimeter on the dash or fuseboard wiring?
- This tells us that the LOW fan contact (or the wire to it) is broken, the earth isn't good and or the HIGH contact is dirty.
Reset the heater fan control to half on and repeat the resistance tests. The fan would run if I jumped it and there was power going into the fuse block but not coming out. #5 11-11-2009, 11:15 PM Willie00d2 Senior Member Yes, and that the resistor for the low speed is fine (hence the 2.3 Ohm difference) TEST 2a (on bulkhead side 3way connection with blower on FULL) RED to green/yellow BLACK http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/car-ac-blower-not-working.html Other users of howtomendit.com provide the answers.
Sounds like they are struggeling. The cable had been reconnected but need something to hold it on. Text me for greatest likelihood of finding me. 260-804-0458 Dominic Perodeau/Global British is a thieving bastard, do not send him money. Apparantly this is a difficult problem to solve.
All rights reserved. If you have power then your interior fuseblock is bad (not sending power to fuse 7 from the rear connector power supply). To confirm that there are no errors, turn the ignition switch to the OFF position, then back to the ON position. navigate here BUT, for the benefit of someone who has never used a multimeter(!) exactly which leads should I be connecting where to do what you have described below?
If you need to replace the switch be careful. Note the reading. gragravar Range Rover Classic 2 11-13-2007 06:41 PM Posting Rules You may post new threads You may post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts Do a search for HVAC not working or the like.
BUT, for the benefit of someone who has never used a multimeter(!) exactly which leads should I be connecting where to do what you have described below? You can replace the fuse block, or bypass the block altogether, like I did, and run a independent fused wire to the blower. Word of warning, the O-rings are specific to that application, they are 17 m/m X 18.2 m/m. User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The speed of the blower is controlled by the blower control module, which regulates the blower motor voltage in response to a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal from the ATCM. Where is the earth located from this relay? You have to take off the flat black trim by the door first (4/5 screws) and then the vertical colour trim, but it's not difficult.
Seems like I could have the same problem... Help or advice much appreciated. 20th Sep 2011 7:59 am Robbie Member Since: 05 Feb 2006 Location: Waiting for my old avatar to be allowed back...