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Unread 07-08-2009, 08:59 PM   #1
keiobrie
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WK 05 GC Fan doesn't work.

Fan won't work on any speed. Just noticed this the other day, but switching it on and off, and going though the speeds did the trick. Then today it wouldn't come on again, so I turned off the vehicle and then turned it back on, and it worked. Now it won't work no matter what I do. The first thing that I thought was ignition, now i'm leaning toward fuse/resistor (have to check the manual). My question is....Is this a common occurrence with my type of Jeep? If so, does someone know? Tomorrow my plan was to trouble shoot going from the fuse panel, to the fan blower/switch, then my only guess left would be the ignition, which I hear WK GC's have an issue with. I was just wondering if I could make things a little quicker with some expert advise/knowledge.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks!!

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Unread 07-09-2009, 12:17 AM   #2
fatfreddy
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Originally Posted by keiobrie View Post
Fan won't work on any speed. Just noticed this the other day, but switching it on and off, and going though the speeds did the trick. Then today it wouldn't come on again, so I turned off the vehicle and then turned it back on, and it worked. Now it won't work no matter what I do. The first thing that I thought was ignition, now i'm leaning toward fuse/resistor (have to check the manual). My question is....Is this a common occurrence with my type of Jeep? If so, does someone know? Tomorrow my plan was to trouble shoot going from the fuse panel, to the fan blower/switch, then my only guess left would be the ignition, which I hear WK GC's have an issue with. I was just wondering if I could make things a little quicker with some expert advise/knowledge.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks!!
If it is the resister pack the fan would still run on "HIGH".
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