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Date Registered: 01-2019
TOTAL POSTS: 1
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Another T31 Air Con issue.


Hey Guys.

Our 2011 T31 is having some dramas with the Air Con.... I know you're thinking there are a thousand posts about this but my issue seems to be slightly different. I've searched and searched and found info about everything but this exact issue.

So, my heater blower fan was making a terrible noise.. and then stopped, blew the two 15amp fuses under the steering wheel. No big Issue, went to the wreckers got a new secondhand one, they tested it and I put it in. easy. Replaced the two fuses and then it didn't work. we can hear the compressor kicking in everytime we turn the fan speed switch.

Checked the 20amp fuse in the engine bay, terminals burnt but not blown. Replaced it anyway. Still nothing. Pulled the Blower Relay out and swapped with the Accesories Relay, exactly the same result.

When I put the Aircon on 1, 2 or 3 it doesn't blow air. On 4 it blows the two 15amp fuses under the steering wheel. Sounds like a resistor problem, checked the resistor, has a burnt board. Ordered a new one.

Then while no resistor was in place I checked it's plug. Pulling 12v at each position with the fan on 1, 2 & 3. On 4, with no resistor in place, it blows the 15amp fuses. It also does this with the AC button in the off position.

I'm left thinking it's the switch or board, or a short. I can't think of a way to test the switch, open to ideas. I don't really want to put a new resistor in until I sort this out as only 6 places in Australia, all on the east coast, have one.


Any ideas appreciated.


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Date Registered: 07-2018
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If no air blowing could be the cooling coil problem .I have an experience recently.
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