Her volt track won't help you much here. Robin the low speed relay above the world one. On the house corner there are one or two magic wires to the world. I lush and better circuited the inertia house - and blew another cheat. Normal funk contacts only: Treat, fuse 13 20A is scandalous - the fuse box mars an all diagram.
So disconnected it - at which point it might have been stupid to try and crank the engine to make sure starter works. The starter did turn I removed diagra,s short circuited the inertia switch - and blew another fuse. My conclusion - the inertia switch is 1995 ford escort wiring diagrams and I shouldn't waste fuses being a dumbass. From digging into the wiring diagram or newly aquired Haines manual I have the follow conclusions. This should make thing interesting from here on. Electronic DIS module a. This is done through the output of R2 the dubiously named 'power hold relay' - The output of R2 is also used to pull up the fuel pump relay R3.
This would seem to explain my fuel starvation symptoms. Unless, someone can explain how current could flow the other way into a shorted relay - I'd be keen to hear.
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I need to isolate the offending part to conclude diagfams diagnosis eecort and that is going to be a pig of a problem. Engine running cold - High speed fan relay coil is not powered, NC contact powers common on Low speed relay. Low speed relay coil is powered, NC contact opens and low speed fan is off. Fan is not running. Engine hot low speed - High speed fan relay coil is not powered, NC contact powers common on Low speed relay.
Low speed relay coil is off, NC contact powers Grisle senande escort speed winding 1995 ford escort wiring diagrams fan motor. Fan on - Low speed. Engine Hotter above F high speed - High speed fan relay coil is powered, NC contact opens disconnecting power to through low speed relay contacts to low speed motor winding. Low speed motor off. Normally open contact closes on High 1995 ford escort wiring diagrams relay and powers the high speed motor winding. Fan motor on high speed. So the relay contacts are sort of in series, through the main relay N. The high speed relay decides if the power will go to the low speed relay or the high speed fan winding.
The low speed relay is sort of backwards in thinking as it turns off the low speed fan when energized. Possibly intended to be a fail-safe mode. Installing a switch because nothing else works: If your components test ok fan, relays, sensors and if you want to install a switch to allow the low speed fan to run anytime the key is on and will still allow the high speed relay to take control normally and return to low speed after the engine cools down, do the following: Find the low speed relay above the black one. Hold it so the end of the connector with the small wires is facing you the short side of the connector.
On the right corner there are one or two black wires to the terminal. Uncover as much of the wire not the insulation as you can to allow you to cut them an inch or so away from the plug. Solder two wires, one to each side of the cut you just made and run them to a switch. When the switch is open, the low speed fan is on with the key on.