Thank you for your advice, I have been searching the Internet a few hours now, and did already come across your opinion stated by people just trying to help. I do not know why this got posted already. I was in the process of completing the registration and making a donation, but decided to try to fix it again when I feel a little better. If I seem cheap to you it is because I can only get a poor paying job being sick and old. I have to keep the car running to drive to work, so there are times when I have to go to a shop. One place put in a fulepump/sender for 790$, plus labor, the sender they bought from discount only cost them $320. They double charged me for it, then had the nerve to tell me they got the lowest price they could for me. That's more pay than I take home in a month working 40 hrs a week.
So now you understand. And God bless you for trying to help, I believe things even out in the end any way, and hope you have good things coming to you//////////////////
here is the update on the problem.. It's pretty much auto repair 101. The fan running stronger when going around the corner and braking suggested a prob with a connection some place. Before I shelled out the 45 bucks for a new motor, I let the car cool down. When the fan motor would start up again I reached under the glove compartment ( with black plastic cover removed). And pushed the fan motor, and the resistor module CONNECTORS from side to side, the fan motor happily kicked into high again. All seems to be working now. Yes I know, tracing a circuit and cleaning the contacts is a bore, but it just might be the answer to a lot of nutty problems you have.. And it only cost some fine sand paper, and something thin to slip in and out of the female connector to clean those contacts to. I have used an emery board split in half to make it thin. And a very thin nail fine. You don't want to pry the female connectors apart. Hope this helps you and pass the thought along. Help if can.
Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 AT 2:09 PM