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Have you notice on OBS NOX that the A/C blower don't go on a regular speed? Mine is always at ...





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Old 09-04-2012, 09:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Have you notice on OBS NOX that the A/C blower don't go on a regular speed? Mine is always at the same speed but when you listen to it, you can ear it change is speed. Am I the only one ?
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My blower stays at what speed I set it to unless I have it on auto, then it will change to keep the temp were I have it set.
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Ok, on my LS I don't have the auto. But you can clearly ear the blower going faster than comeback to the speed setted. Don't what can cause that. RPM?
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Ok, on my LS I don't have the auto. But you can clearly ear the blower going faster than comeback to the speed setted. Don't what can cause that. RPM?
Yes, RPM will change that. You will notice the affects on a hot summer day. If you have cold ac blowing and floor it, the fan speed and cold air will be affected!
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Mom has an '06 and asked me why when she turns the dial that determines the speed the air comes out nothing happens whether the other dial is on ac or heat
Any ideas?
Sorry to butt in here but was the closest post I could find about ac.

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Originally Posted by debbyb71 View Post
Mom has an '06 and asked me why when she turns the dial that determines the speed the air comes out nothing happens whether the other dial is on ac or heat
Any ideas?
Sorry to butt in here but was the closest post I could find about ac.

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I guess if you have it blowing on the floor or defrost, you wouldn't notice a difference as you would if it was blowing straight at you.
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Ended up having to replace resistor - it was all melted.
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Ended up having to replace resistor - it was all melted.
How bad did that hurt the pocket book? Hopefully it was cheap as resistors aren't that expensive but they can kill ya on labor!
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Free labor my daughter did the work - part was $30 ish
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That's awesome! Man that thing was fried!
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Still not sure what caused it to fry.
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