AC harness issue

Discussion in 'Stock Interior' started by Ziggy297, Sep 2, 2017.

  1. Ziggy297

    Ziggy297 Member

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    I recently lost all but 1 speed ( medium) on my AC in my 2010 X. I went online and the problem everyone else has had was the blower resistor but their blower was on high only. I pulled the AC module out and found a charred wire connection ( pics attached). Has anyone else had this issue? I am lucky my dash didn't burn up from the looks of it and the hot wire.
     

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  2. o0opackersfano0o

    o0opackersfano0o Active Member

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    ya I have seen one like that. I just got a used connected and resistor and spliced the wired together.
     
  3. Ziggy297

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    I just bought the connector off ebay ( had to get the entire harness) for $120 and bought the new resistor, and climate control panel. The blower speed switch was toasted bad when I took it apart. That copper got pretty damn hot to do the damage it did.
     

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