|01-23-2009 02:51 PM|
Thanks the article in this write helps. appreciate it.
|01-23-2009 02:27 PM|
It is either the switch or the resistor in most cases. Here is a link with some more info on that:
|01-23-2009 10:25 AM|
High setting on heater inop.
When i bought this Jeep "GP" in Feb 08 I asked the dealership to fix the high setting on the heater. They swapped the switch out with a new one cause it was burned out. I am beginning to think that they change the wrong part. Just last week the high setting started to work intermittinly, so i am thinking it is the relay and not the switch that was bad in the first place. I believe it isn't the resistor on the fan motor. Just wanting to see if I am on track with it being the relay. Thanks for the help.