Blower Motor Module

OneMarcilV

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No need
 
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nickb2

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Ok, lets try to repair this.or at least understand this.

first off, no make and model

second, this is a huge problem
ac/heater would not shut off using the off button

third, you have option to sue him uin court for trying to save you from a major problem that you ignored cuz you obviously dont understand that if a blowerr fan is fanning all the time, you have a serious short going on and is dangerous.

foiurth, you should be thanking this guy instead of coming on here and trying to find a pro that would have done any other thing to than tell you to take you 100$ and shove it where the sun dont shine.
. Then I asked him what would happen if I did not have this repaired

#5, you are a troll and just merit this treatment victim bs . Go away.
So my question is if I did not get this blower motor module repaired would this make any difference? Or would the module just not work correctly?
 

nickb2

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So now that I politely told you to go f off, je suis un peut le avocat du diable ici.

You probably dont come from north america, cuz for a guy like me or many others here, just to pull you POS shyte car in my bay cost 110$ per hour. I aint even looked at the car.

so think about posting things like this. Where do you live?

what shyte are you driving..

we dont care about your budget, we are here to make a living. And ppl like are no way inclined to know how to make a living if this is your logic.

so again, thx this guy and pay the f ing bill.

cuz YOU MIGHT NEED A F ING HEATER IF YOU LIVE WHERE I LIVE>

do your f ing research before trolling a site.

 

OneMarcilV

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Ok, lets try to repair this.or at least understand this.

first off, no make and model

second, this is a huge problem


third, you have option to sue him uin court for trying to save you from a major problem that you ignored cuz you obviously dont understand that if a blowerr fan is fanning all the time, you have a serious short going on and is dangerous.

foiurth, you should be thanking this guy instead of coming on here and trying to find a pro that would have done any other thing to than tell you to take you 100$ and shove it where the sun dont shine.


#5, you are a troll and just merit this treatment victim bs . Go away.

No need.


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grcauto

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So he fixed it but you didn't pay him and he broke it. Your question is so convoluted I can't make sense of it. Did you read what you wrote?
 

billr

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I gotta ask... is English not your first language? If so, I will try to be patient. But if it is that "Tapatalk" gimmick, or simple laziness, causing you to post so confusingly, then I don't want to bother.

Is it fixed now? Did the heater blower not ever turn off; even when the key was off, doors closed/locked, and you walked away?

If it would not ever turn off, then it clearly would drain the battery quickly. That would be such a nuisance that I would call it a "problem"; and repeated deep-discharge of the battery would shorten battery life. Another problem.

As Nickb2 said, the control module is probably not simple mechanical switches. If the electronics in it have started to fail in one mode, its future behavior is unpredictable. It could fail further, in a mode more problematic than what you had at first.
 

OneMarcilV

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I gotta ask... is English not your first language? If so, I will try to be patient. But if it is that "Tapatalk" gimmick, or simple laziness, causing you to post so confusingly, then I don't want to bother.

Is it fixed now? Did the heater blower not ever turn off; even when the key was off, doors closed/locked, and you walked away?

If it would not ever turn off, then it clearly would drain the battery quickly. That would be such a nuisance that I would call it a "problem"; and repeated deep-discharge of the battery would shorten battery life. Another problem.

As Nickb2 said, the control module is probably not simple mechanical switches. If the electronics in it have started to fail in one mode, its future behavior is unpredictable. It could fail further, in a mode more problematic than what you had at first.
No need.


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