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Re: Heater fan and turn signals
Posted by Name Left Blank (more from Name Left Blank) on Tue, 29 Dec 2015 12:55:01
In Reply to: Heater fan and turn signals, jbarnes, Tue, 29 Dec 2015 08:18:39
I just went through my heater fan (1972 96)and the bushings were dry and the fan was running slow and drawing more current then normal. Take the fan motor out clean it up and pull it apart enough to get lube in the bushings. Note how the spring holds the brushes in place and under tension, the brushes and spring will have to be put back in place after lubing.
For the flasher check to see if it's getting a voltage single from the switch would be a good place to start. If not then check power to the switch and then trough the switch. You just have to start at one end and start checking to see where the failure is.
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