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2000 S80 T6 Blower Motor Always On, Test Resistor

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2000 S80 T6 Blower Motor Always On, Test Resistor

Post by mglaske » Tue Sep 10, 2019 4:51 pm

Hello!
I've been trolling these forums for quite some time, and now I have a problem that I can't seem to solve..

Blower Motor remains on high speed at all times, even when ignition is off. When ignition is ON, blower motor remains on at high-speed.

I figured it was the resistor, and purchased 2 replacements, and when replacing the existing resistor, the blower motor will NOT come on anymore. I think the resistors that I received are defective.

My questions are:

1) What should the resistance read when testing the 2 legs? I'm assuming it should be something like 500 ohms on one, open on the Black to Red, and something else on the other like maybe 1500 ohms? Both of the new ones read 500 ohms on ground->one, and open on the other 2.

2) Is there something else that may be defective that's keeping the blower motor on? I know they sometimes have this A/C evaporator blower setting, maybe the computer is bad? (Although, I did take the computer out and the blower was still on high). Or are there electronics in the Driver/Passenger heating/cooling dash unit?

Thanks!



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Re: 2000 S80 T6 Blower Motor Always On, Test Resistor

Post by Fergy » Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:51 pm

mglaske wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 4:51 pm
Hello!
I've been trolling these forums for quite some time, and now I have a problem that I can't seem to solve..

Blower Motor remains on high speed at all times, even when ignition is off. When ignition is ON, blower motor remains on at high-speed.

I figured it was the resistor, and purchased 2 replacements, and when replacing the existing resistor, the blower motor will NOT come on anymore. I think the resistors that I received are defective.

My questions are:

1) What should the resistance read when testing the 2 legs? I'm assuming it should be something like 500 ohms on one, open on the Black to Red, and something else on the other like maybe 1500 ohms? Both of the new ones read 500 ohms on ground->one, and open on the other 2.

2) Is there something else that may be defective that's keeping the blower motor on? I know they sometimes have this A/C evaporator blower setting, maybe the computer is bad? (Although, I did take the computer out and the blower was still on high). Or are there electronics in the Driver/Passenger heating/cooling dash unit?

Thanks!
Hello. Have the same problem but wasn't check resistors yet.
As defo, climate control unit wasn't problem as I was remove it out for clearing and blower was still work at high speed but from other side, I was find this viewtopic.php?t=73931 but My control unit is 100% working (tested in other car)...
For resistors, I will take it out within few days and let You know.



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Re: 2000 S80 T6 Blower Motor Always On, Test Resistor

Post by Fergy » Wed Nov 13, 2019 2:13 pm

EDIT: Did You check (after resistors replacement) fuse box in the passenger compartment, fuse number 26?



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