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1989 Isuzu Trooper Blower Motor Not working #1105570 05/31/20 12:56 PM
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asleiman Offline OP
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Gentlmen

My trooper blower motor is not working , so far I took it out of the dash , tested it it work fine. no power at the blower wiring. I cant find the fuse, Found the relay behind the overflow bottle , cleaned it not sure no power at the wire plugs.

Looking for my old Friend Mr Ed Mc

Thank you


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Re: 1989 Isuzu Trooper Blower Motor Not working [Re: asleiman] #1105571 05/31/20 01:26 PM
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asleiman Offline OP
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I have a Chilton Book , it show a 20 Amp fuse , Just cant find it


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Re: 1989 Isuzu Trooper Blower Motor Not working [Re: asleiman] #1105574 06/02/20 05:25 PM
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hope you have found that fuse- it sounds big enough to mabe be powering other circuits also?
i have a similar year japanese, and had removed a/c from it. in doing so, i removed a resistor pack that controlled blower speeds.
took me a while to figure that out.
yours probably has same style circuit- perhaps another thing to be looking for, as you trace things......


'94 "tracker", with some parts from suzi the psychic.
other modifications made, with more to come.
some intentional.
suzitoo should get me fishing.
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Re: 1989 Isuzu Trooper Blower Motor Not working [Re: asleiman] #1105583 06/05/20 09:21 PM
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an update

so far I found nothing or the cause of the blower not working.
I found all fuses under the dash next to the steering column. they are fine continuity test
fuse at the box no 8 and all of the them are fine. I have no power at the no 8 fuze at either terminal
the resistor also fine
so far I am at loss


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