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Old 02-16-2014, 02:05 PM
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So I was messin with my fogs and the posi and ground made contact and burnt my fogs and I guess messed with the climate Controls and radiator fans cause my car started overheating and my ac won't turn on. What fuses control that so I can check I dnt see anything with cooling systems under fuses diagram can anyone help.
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

pull the cover off the fuse panels and there are charts on the back of the covers
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

I did I changed the relays and still nothing but when I put regular wire to wire those relays the fans and ac blower turn on
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

Use a multi meter and test each fuse... or get a cheap continuity tester from your local autoparts store - they usually sell them with large fuse packages for a better deal.

What do you mean wire to wire and they turn on?

Did you try putting everything back the way you previously had it?
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

Yeah like the cooling relay I just hotwired it and it turned on same with the blower motor relay inside by fuses and it turned on so immediately I thought it was the relay I bought them and still doesn't turn on so I'm stuck on trying to configure it now
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

I ran a little wire to where the relay connects
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

So you turn the A/C on, and neither fan comes on?


Have you checked with a meter, every single fuse, inside and out?
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

I found the problem. The power is being ran through my foglight switch idk why
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

Now I wanna know why is my climate control and radiator fan is connected with the fog system
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

well there is usually electrical systems that share a common ground wire but when you have stuff like lights and the electric fans..... you need to be able to switch on the lights inside your car and the fans turn on automatically so that doesn't really make much since why they would be connect on the power side. did you solder the line to a known power side when you installed the fog lights or did they previous owner?
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Now I wanna know why is my climate control and radiator fan is connected with the fog system
I'm not real sure but me thinks it did not leave the factory that way.
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

Ok so what happened is that I arched the fogs on accident which made the relays blow I bought them new and placed them but they didn't work . My friend cut off the relay to the fog and wired them together so it made the fogs work again but for some reason it bridged the power to the ac and fans to that switch too so it must be where port #5 and #1 are connected that's the only power going through for the fogs . I wanna just take off the harness and wire them to the headlights I had no problem with that with my other lude
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Re: lude overheats and climate controls dnt work

The grounds are behind a bolt where the hood lever inside the car one in the middle between the fogs and the other to the right headlight bolt that holds the light in place
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