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Acura Legend Heater Motor


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08-27-02, 06:37 PM   #1  
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Acura Legend Heater Motor

I have a 87 Legend. The fan runs at full speed only. Mechanic has said to replace motor and a very expensive resistor. What is function of resistor? The motor sometimes doesn't run - is this the motor, resistor, switch (potentiometer) or something else? If I can handle the motor running at full speed, ie: the potentiomer is not necessary, how can I do that?
Thanks. I just don't want to spend all the money, estimated at $600 to fix.

 
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08-27-02, 06:50 PM   #2  
the resistor is used to lower the voltage to the motor and creating a lower speed, are you reffering to the blower motor or the cooling fan motor?
i assume it is the blower motor if so get another quote from another shop that is way overpriced.


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