[200q20v] Climate Control problem SOLVED !
aquarius_7_2 at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 2 05:57:49 EST 2001
the problem is solved...you guys are not gonna believe this...The blower
motor was spinning IN THE WRONG DIRECTION!!! How could it be possible since
it's not possible to put the connectors in the wrong way and I cannot think
of any reason that someone has changed the pins in the blower motor
connector. But I'm happy now and my windows stayed clear even in a snowstorm
last friday here in Finland.
Thank's for all and Happy New Year
Audi 200 Turbo 1988 Aut.
>From: Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com>
>To: "Sami" <aquarius_7_2 at hotmail.com>, 200q20v at audifans.com
>Subject: Re: [200q20v] Climate Control problem
>Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 06:54:56 -0500
>Are you calling the blower motor the A/C motor? You can hear/see the fan
>spinning at full speed ? Then the HVAC control box (a bunch of
>electrical/vacuum valves in a box in the passenger footwell) isn't opening
>the flaps to let air into the cabin vents. There's a cable that operates a
>main flap in the heater/blower box that may not be opening. The cable goes
>to an arm on the pasenger side of the heater box, so you can watch to see
>if it moves the arm or you can disconnect the cable from the arm and
>manipulate the arm yourself to see if it alters air supply.
>At 09:33 AM 12/29/2000 +0000, Sami wrote:
>>after 2 years of driving a japanese car I finally bought me an Audi...It's
>>a 200t 1988 so it's not 20V but since the A/C is the same and since I know
>>a few of you guys from past I decided to put my question here...
>>My problem is that though the A/C motor is running at high speed the
>>amount of air that comes out of ventilation holes is rather poor. I've run
>>the diagnostics and everything seems to be OK. Only error that I get is
>>the coolant temperature sensor G62 being open. I removed the accordion
>>hose between A/C evaporator box and heater box to determine if the A/C
>>evaporator was "dirty" but it didn't help. I quess the heater radiator
>>cannot be dirty because the temperature regulator flap should bypass it
>>when setting temperature to "LOW" and still the amount of air coming out
>>of ventilator holes is poor. The fresh air flap opens normally.
>>I's really stuck with this problem and my windows are misty...Please help
>>me if anyone has a clue..
>>Sami Räsänen from Finland
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