That's what I did. Jumpered off the starter. Then the motor wouldn't
turn because the fan hit the shroud. What a bitch it was fixing that
with the unit in the dash. OMG! This time I put the clips where I can
get at them. I originally assembled and tested the unit on the bench
with the fan facing up. Found out there was a bit of travel in the
shaft when you turn it facing down. I get the shaft again.
From: TeriAnn Wakeman
Sent: Wed 5/2/2001 8:48 AM
To: Justin Paxton
Subject: RE: Heater Wiring
>Ooops. 59- TR3A
Well if memory serves:
switched 12V to rehostat: rehostat to motor: motor to ground.
TeriAnn Wakeman Marigold Ltd.
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