Heater Resistor Pack
I have been missing the extra speeds on the heater for awhile now and finally decided to do something about it.
Bought a new Resistor Pack from Ford, got out all of the tools, mechanical and electrical and got to work replacing the resistor pack.
I marked the wires, cut off the harness connector, added wire lugs soldered them too and soldered the lugs to the resistor pack.
Added heat shrink with adhesive and got it done.
Tested the unit before install and had some sketchy speeds but there was more than two so I was ahead of the game.
Installed the pack and now I have one speed, high, I am now worse off than when I started.
Are these resistor packs susceptible to high heat ?
I would think not considering the make up.
But the fact still remains one speed heat/defrost $ucks.
Any ideas where I F'd up on this ?
I did notice while testing before final install, the internal switch changed speeds while in low and I moved it a little.
I have an extra I will need to replace that and see what happens.
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