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Originally Posted by 16valex
You can direct power to the four wires connector to troulble shoot your fan motor issue.
- The big brown wire is negative, the rest of the wires are positive. So if you hook up a battery negative to brown and any of the positive wires to the positive terminal should cause the fan to spin, and this is assuming your motor and the resistor pack are still good.
-If your fan motor spins when you power direct from the connector then your problem is upstream and that means it could be either the relay or the fan switch.
- if your motor doesn't spin when direct power to the connector then your problem is in the auxiliary fan assembly and that could be the resistor pack or the motor.
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