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    XM SE1 V6 A/C
    One of the heater relays under the glovebox for the heater fan was buggered, so i thought might as well go over
    the system to clean all the connectors etc.
    MY wiring diagram is about as useful as a ash tray on a bike, does not show a bsi for heater-a/c.
    If it does have one, where is it, or if not, does the dash control board run everything.denxm

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    Did the yellow relay cook itself?

    I've got my 605 to about 95% reliability on the climate control.

    Can you read schematics?

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    Addo, the relay just died,not burnt but old age i would think.
    I am average with schematics, but my mate would rather read them than comics,
    so he will look at them for fun and guide me.
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    I've emailed you three diagrams, in printable A3 format (PDFs). The basic schematic, the locations diagram and the harness diagram. A 605 will be quite close to your XM.

    In my car, I added a 70A bypass relay with 8mm terminals to take the main load off item 8048, they are side-by-side. Replacing the fan motor brushes also stabilised my results a lot.

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    Addo, you are a all round champion.

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    There was this thread, before the nastiness got ramped up:

    Crimped Connections

    I'll be doing another 605 soon, same "recipe" of extra Narva relay (part 68012) and new generic blower motor brushes.

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    Dennis, if you want a relay from one of my parts XMs you are welcome to it. Just tell me which one.

    I had to google BSI. I assume it means Body Systems Interface, but what on earth does that mean?

    Roger

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    Hi Roger, I can tell you from my experiences the yellow relay/socket on flying leads is normally the culprit as the car ages. It's just under-spec.

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    Roger, thanks for your offer,will keep it mind.
    Mate is coming around to have a look and give advice on repairs and updating any parts.
    dennis

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