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    Help with 1997 Deville codes

    Hello all. i wanted to know what code b2560 means. Its was pulled off a 1997 Cadillac deville d elegance. And do anyone have any ideal where relay to blower mower is found. thanks in advance

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    Re: help

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    Hello all. i wanted to know what code b2560 means. Its was pulled off a 1997 Cadillac deville d elegance. And do anyone have any ideal where relay to blower mower is found. thanks in advance
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    B2560 - RKE Message Validation Error
    Remote Keyless Entry -

    here ya go -
    http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/dtccode.html

    And do anyone have any ideal where relay to blower mower is found

    please elaborate - what is the problem - what are you trying to fix?

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    Re: Help with 1997 Deville codes

    That relay is probably in the under hood fuse box, but like Bass said, why are you looking for it?

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    Re: Help with 1997 Deville codes

    i did some research and i believe L maxi fuse control blower motor speeds and so on. so if you rangers and bass have any info about please let me know. thanks

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    but know it got me think blower motor resistor. eeeh im getting frustrated now. because blower not blowing anything. and sometimes it just comes on by it self

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    Re: Help with 1997 Deville codes

    There is no blower resistor. Blower speed is controlled internally by PWM. Most likely you have a dead blower. They where a known problem. So much so that they where redesigned. That was the problem with my '97. See the Tech Tips tutorial if you attempt the repair yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger
    There is no blower resistor. Blower speed is controlled internally by PWM. Most likely you have a dead blower. They where a known problem. So much so that they where redesigned. That was the problem with my '97. See the Tech Tips tutorial if you attempt the repair yourself.
    . So do anyone know where the ground run on the blower motor. Is it grounded to the body or motor of car. Just trying to find that the smaller things are ok before I go out and spend 200 on a new blower motor at the local parts store

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    Re: Help with 1997 Deville codes

    I believe there is a ground wire in the connector. Three wires if I remember correctly, black, gray & red I think.

    Just trying to find that the smaller things are ok before I go out and spend 200 on a new blower motor at the local parts store
    I would almost put money on the blower sight unseen.

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    The blower was redesigned to make it more reliable so don't be surprised when it looks different. It will be flatter and have a 3 vs 5 bolt mounting. Be sure it comes with or you purchase the aluminum heat shield.

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    Re: Help with 1997 Deville codes

    Quote Originally Posted by snorris321 View Post
    . So do anyone know where the ground run on the blower motor. Is it grounded to the body or motor of car. Just trying to find that the smaller things are ok before I go out and spend 200 on a new blower motor at the local parts store
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    I agree with Ranger -

    carefully inspect the plug -

    you are looking for any discoloration - damage from arching - melted rubber - etc -
    but MOST of the time the problem is the blower motor assembly -

    this will save you some $$$$$$$$$$$

    I recommend using the TYC 700108 blower motor -
    TYC is very high quality - and a lot less money than Delco -

    about $87 - with shipping through amazon -
    http://www.amazon.com/TYC-700108-Cad...ype=automotive

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