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Old 16th November 2019, 21:26   #51
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Yes they did , can a diesel fan be used in a petrol?
Also read somewhere that Volvo fans start a 105?
I'll take it apart again, add the gold resistor, take some photo's of the control box, have look inside the control box to see if it had been modified in anyway.

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[QUOTE=SD1too;2776100]Thanks for repeating the test using the instrument pack diagnostics Joe. Unfortunately those results don't make sense. They correspond approximately with the medium speed only of a 3 speed system.

Based on that low speed is not working.
But yet the demist test worked.

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Joe, I cannot enlarge your thumbnail photograph. Can you post it using another method please?

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Is this any better?
This picture was from the seller, so i don't have a recent on that i can give a close up of.
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Joe, I cannot enlarge your thumbnail photograph. Can you post it using another method please?

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Hi Simon ere you go enlarge below.

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Is this any better?
This picture was from the seller, so i don't have a recent on that i can give a close up of.
Hi Joe.
Please try and take a close up photo of the control box, and it's wires leading from the motor to control out of the box to the plugs, a relay maybe playing up or a wire.
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I’ve got onto that

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Does any of these pictures help?
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Does any of these pictures help?
Hi Joe.
All the wire are ok ie in the right place, try replacing the relays, also trace back along all wires coming from the control box for chaffing etc.
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Righty oh....
Changed the resistor and relays.
Now it comes on at 99, then drops to 97....so all good so far.....
Normal speed, nice and quiet, no rattles or noises.
Wonder why the demist test worked though?

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