Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 20:41:02 GMT
From: "William Brooks" <sea.brooksnopsamdnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: Strange noise from under dash


The URL has changed. It's now: http://216.78.173.20/entry/tech_doc_systems.html "William Brooks" <sea.brooksnopsamdnet.att.net> wrote in message news:FQgr4.1057$PA2.101742nopsamsc06-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... > Sounds to me like maybe the motor that adjusts the mixture of heated and > ambient air. I hear something similar on my 88 9KT... it sort of hunts > around a little bit from time to time. > > There's a test you can run on the ACC system. With the engine running, press > the Auto and Vent buttons simultaneously and the system will go through a > self-test. Takes about a minute to go through everything. The procedure is > fully discussed on Townsend Motor's website. I think this is the URL for it: > http://216.78.173.72/entry/tech_doc_systems.html > > I just tried it and my browser timed out before getting a response. Their > sever may be down. > > The fan being stuck on high sounds like blown components (resistors?) in the > circuitry controlling the fan. Hoepfully the websites I reference above may > help. > > > > "bradford" <schroebrnopsamedu> wrote in message > news:88g588$hva$1nopsam1.deja.com... > > There is this strange noise comming from under my dash (88 9000T). It > > sounds like a hard drive running on a computer. It does it then > > stop...Does it then stops...Sometimes it dosnt start for a little while > > and sometimes right away. Would it have anything to do that my fan > > setting will never turn off of 3. It is always blowing on high and I > > cant stop it. (Any answers for this too will be good) Is it from my > > blower motor or something. It is a very differnet noise..I know I dont > > have much info byt if anyone can help that would be great..Thanx > > > > Brad > > > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > > Before you buy. > >

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