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|8th May 2010, 20:48||#1|
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How to Increase Blower Speed?
Summer has already started, and the blower speeds of my TCIC SAFARI and INDICA 1999 are too much slow that sometime i have to put the AC to off and roll down the windows. It's really irritating to drive without AC in hot traffic. Please anyone suggest a method of Increasing blower speed from the stock set-up?
I have got all of my wirings, blower motor's checked and the company guys tell that everything is fine and me too have experienced this with other Safari's\Indica's. Basically, I feel that the blower speeds of stock set-up are not UPto-the mark.
Last edited by mercedised : 8th May 2010 at 20:50.
|8th May 2010, 20:59||#2|
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With engine running and accessories like music system ON, check the battery voltage, if its below 13v then blower will not run at its full speed. Also check for any air leaks from dashboard.
If all is fine then maybe we can take out the blower motor and fit a higher RPM motor there? Never seen anyone doing/suggested here in forum but it might be possible.
|8th May 2010, 22:36||#3|
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Get the blower motor checked for Bush problems
or there may be something stuck on rotor to prevent it from attaining full speed.
|10th May 2010, 23:15||#9|
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Get your Blower Fan Cleaned
Goto a good AC mechanic and ask him to remove your entire DashBoard and clean your Blower Fan & Evaporator (which is inside the DashBoard).
Due to Lot of Dust accumulation, the Fan Speed (due to Dust weight) may have reduced. Also due ot dust accumulation, the effciency of Evaporator must have reduces drastically. Its better if you present in garage during these activites, so that you can see as whats happening. (and most of time, these mechanics don't clean it up, unless you are watching over their shoulder).
This should increase your Cooling drastically.
I have done this in my Sierra and cooling is too good now.
|10th May 2010, 23:38||#10|
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Maybe it's your resistors, these affect are what control your speed settings, if it's working the same as before, you could try a bigger blower from a different car, fitting it could be trouble though.
|11th May 2010, 03:07||#11|
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Maybe you just need to get the AC gas refilled again.
Since you feel that is the issue on other cars too, did you compare with a new car?
|19th August 2010, 18:10||#13|
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After all these cleaning and checking things and not yet satisfied with the results, I think you need to check the blower motor next.
If there is a possibility for you to swap a blower motor from a relatively newer vehicle (Safari/Indica) and check, you can indeed confirm if its the problem with the motor itself.
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