Mechanics

RELAY FUSE

1997 Plymouth Voyager • 6 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 200,000 miles

A 1997 plymouth grandvoyager se has relay fuses in the fuse box. Only two the same part # same plug design 1st? Any way to test them. Pt 2? Are they one works all like blower, power, alarm, ect.. Now problem heard ticking very rapid coming from fuse panale van not on was the fuses van started pull one still running, repace same with other, put both back in no nosie turn motor off never started again no lable in van or in book?
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Pizajunk
November 20, 2010.



This is for the front blower motor.


JDL
Nov 20, 2010.
The dark blue wire at the blower goes hot/voltage when the relay is energized. The black wire with tan tracer is ground, Your different speeds and such are controled on the ground circuit. Also, The white wire is voltage for coil side of relay, goes hot when you turn on the key.


JDL
Nov 20, 2010.
Ok but how do you knowwhat the microrelay are for its not lable


Tiny
Pizajunk
Nov 20, 2010.
http://s4.postimg.org/4xo6mjq65/front_blower_relay_power_distribution_center.jpg
Click on the above link, location of front blower relay.


JDL
Nov 22, 2010.