This is the second time the Blower motor has only worked on high speed. It did it once we took our first trip, dealer repaired it 5 months later and now it is back to only working on the high speed fan. Does anyone know how to get to the blower resistor on a 38R Forza. I have removed the cup holders and see the blower, but cannot see the resistor to replace it. If someone knows where it is and how to locate and replace it, please let me know. Looks like I will need to do this every year.
Don't know about your case but it is likely in the air duct downstream of the blower, and it likely has a four (or so) wire plug going into it. I'm replacing one on my Blazer, and have done many others in my junky fleet, and the all seem similar in theory. I bet you slide out your genset and it's in there. I got pictures of my latest project if you need to know what it looks like.
Gormleys, Great, important thing is someone is fixing it. That does make sense if the repair facility has a separate chassis and a coach shop. Dash heater is kind of a chassis thing even though it is not a Freightliner part.
Grant & Pat
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