I can get a wrench to the nut that holds it on, but I couldn't get a size that felt right. It doesn't help that I can barely see what I'm doing.
I put all the interior back together since it doesn't look like I'll need to get to anything on that side of the windshield. Now, my AC cuts off whenever I set the fan speed higher than 1, and the lights on the control panel dim as I turn the knobs. Yay...
Also, I disconnected the connector at the stepper motor and measured the output from the controller. When asking for full defrost, I got around 9V then slowly dropping. Setting it one full feet, I got <1V and slowly dropping. I think that supports my theory that the motor is getting the right signal but just moving to the wrong position.
, is there a way to reset that motor using the Lotus scan tool? I couldn't find anything in the service manual, but I easily could've missed it.
I may have to remove the front clam soon anyways since I found a drip of coolant under the front end. I have an aluminum radiator that I put in years ago, so I'm guessing I got a busted hose somewhere.
Anyone feel like committing arson?
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