His fan speed is 4
his is turned off by the air switch not the fan speed switch
The price for assembled is high cause it takes time and manual labor and DHL shipping is high on finished good specially electronics Thanxs to 9/11 and 7/11. Also this is a DIY forum... whats the fun in buying ready to go.
All one needs is a soldering iron and some common sense and its done. There is no surface mount so its easy.
There will be a step by step guide on my site for this.
I personally like the fun of building things and watching it come alive.
TRZZ go for the new version it has more features and all the features of the old version. I think you have a three speed fan with off ~1~2~3 check and let me know.
hey mastero, looks great man
BTW, if anyone is interested in buying my controller setup I'm looking to sell it, I never hooked it up even, I went & bought 2 servos, then opened up my control head to decide how I was going to mount the servos, but in poking around in there, I came to realize that my ac control is all can buss control, so I am going to interface to that instead of using the servos & this unit..
if anyone is interested in it let me know, it's brand new, I'll include 2 high torque servos too
Yes, BNS2000 is correct, it is a 4 speed fan. But that wasn't my concern. I'm more concerned about the air setting control...having all the functions of fresh air vs closed air, a/c, and vent all on one switch. Is it possible to use your new board on this switch?
tazz u will have to go under the knob to find out wats going on there ?
cause its the first system i have seen like this.
will do as soon as I get a chance...I'm about 4000 miles or so from my jeep right now. Thanks Mastero...I will be in touch with you to purchase one in the near future.
just to confirm, it will work fine with a setup that looks like this right?...
temperature dial is operated via cable, vent position is vaccuum operated, and the blower speed is electrically operated.
there are also two on/off pushbutton switches for AC and RECIRC.
Blower speed = ok
AC and recirc = ok
VENT position =... Vaccum operated ...there is a problem find out more in deep cause we have two option cable via servo or electric on/off
Tell me what does the vaccum switch controls.? flaps or ?? and how the vaccum switch works a picture of the switch would be better How many pipes are there etc...
to be honest i really havent paid attention when back there enough. i know it operates flaps, i just dont really know how. the position switch has 4 vaccuum hoses running off of it, and the recirc switch actually has 2 vaccuum lines coming off it as well.
heres a couple pics for you. just so happened i use to LED these things out for people on my car forum so i have tons of pics...
recirc on left, ac on right:
random shots of the whole unit: