Replacing EcoSport’s Resistor Block

EcoSport’s auxiliary fan uses a high-wattage resistor in series to run at low speeds, through a component called the resistor block. With a damaged resistor block, the auxiliary fan loses its low speed setting and thus, compensates by pulsing at high speeds for short intervals, alternating full speed and off for several seconds at a time.

To watch a video on how to replace an EcoSport’s resistor block, head directly to Replacing EcoSport’s Resistor Block.

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ECOSPORT DIY SERIES
Isa na namang kaalaman sa ating minamahal na EcoSport
© Anthony Urbano (Manila, Philippines)

4 thoughts on “Replacing EcoSport’s Resistor Block

  1. Sir have u encountered “Engine service now” that displays in the panel and an amber information lits up in d cluster? Ano po kaya pwede gawin?

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    • Automated alert po yan na lumalabas, di ko lang po alam kung kada ilang kilometers. Baka nakalimutan lang po ireset nung nagpa oil change kayo. May procedure po kung paano ma-clear ang reminder na yan, pag natry ko na po isshare ko dito.

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