Posted 14 March 2011 - 08:34 PM
More than likely it is your board but I would definitely check thermistors first. If your board is bad, it would not hurt to change thermistors also. They are pretty cheap. Some say change evap fan when you change the board. I don't think that is necessary in your situation. Since your fan was running, and you did not see any burned out resistors on the board, particularly the resistors under the j2 connector. If you see a burnt or slightly burnt resistor under j2 connector, change evap fan and board otherwise you may have future problems with the new board. Good thing is that if you get a board from RepairClinic, you can always return it if it does not solve your problem.