03 F 150 Blower motor stopped working suddenly Is there a relay in the pass compartment and where besides the resister?
It's possible that it is a faulty fuse switch.
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Answer . 1. electrical short 2. bad switch 3. dead motor Answer . More than likely it's a bad motor. Cadillac revised this version with more heat tolerable one on later models. I just replaced mine with the new version and it works great.. a little tricky to remove, but well worth doing yourself.… . Unplug the switch from the blow motor and look at the connections. They tend to fry on the 95-97 cadillacs. There are three prons in that plug and one of them are not getting a good conection. It might solve your problem. . My mechanic found a bad ground wire that attaches behind the alternator. The motor plug had been fried, trying to make the ground through it. It also cured my cruise control problem. . I have a 1979 Cadillac DeVille and no air was coming out of the vents forcefully. I checked the connection to the Climate Control Switch (the on and off control for Heat/AC & Fan speed) and found a loose connection in the wiring that sends Signals for the Climate Control as it was called back then. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe blower motor is up under the dash on the passenger side of the inside of the truck. I had to replace mine when it was approximately 1 or 2 yrs. old.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nBlown fuse, bad switch, defective blower motor, or bad HVAC resistor pack.\n. \nWet fish caught in fan blades??
You replaced the thermostat in your 1990 dodge Dakota and the blower motor stopped working all of a sudden and im wondering what could have happened is there a relay because you checked the fuse it is?
Answer . \ntheres a resistor where the heter core lines conect to fire wall on passenger side in engin comp. it looks like a water heater fuse
96 villager van blower motor only works on high relay problem or switch problem if a relay where is it located?
This symptom is caused by the fan speed resistor board burning out. It is located on the underside of the dashboard on the passenger side of the van. Right above where the passengers feet would be. It is screwed into the bottom of the heater duct with 2 screws and there is an electrical connector th…at goes to it. It is availailble thru ford or autoparts stores -Standard brand part number RU327. A bad fan motor does not cause this. . If you suspect the fan motor is at fault, do not hesitate in replacing the fan assembly. I hesitated and it cost me dearly. The fan short circuited and since it is on a 65 amp fuse it melted the wiring harness, fried the fan relay and fan switch. I had it repaired in a shop at a cost of more than $1,100. The problem re-emerged 10 months later. Fortunately, the shop honored its work and redid the repair free of charge under warranty.. All the work that the mechanic did was confined to the front driver side area of the engine compartment. There are two fuse/relay boxes near the battery that contain fuses and relays and switches. Good Luck! (MORE)
Why would the blower motor for your heat and air conditioning suddenly stop working on your 1993 Mazda RX 7?
Answer . Sounds like a blown fuse or a bad switch. Check the fuse box first.
check the blower fuse, temperature sensor on the radiator,switch on the dashboard and the blower relay switch.
blower motor resistor---I'm about to replace mine and have replaced both my sister's Honda crv, and a buddy's Chevy Tahoe they all slowly lost one or more settings (high or low) and then eventually died
Blower motor wiper and stereo stopped working on a 1990 Plymouth Acclaim. I checked all the fuses but they seem to be fine. Are these things cotroll by a relay?
Answer . They are things that are all controlled by the "accessory" circuit of the keyswitch, but don't just run off and replace the keyswitch. Check the wiring, see if there is power to the accessory terminal block when you turn on the keyswitch. You may need to find a book that contains a wiri…ng diagram to be able to find the location of the terminal block and the right connection. If all else fails, see if your local dealer can copy a page from their shop manual for you. (MORE)
Answer . Go To Your Underhood Fuse/Relay Center Located Near The Master Cylinder. You Will Find The Relay There.
Answer . \nIf you mean the resistor that gives you different speeds it is very easy remove the glove box screws (2) at the bottom of the glove box and remove it The resistor is right in front of you
On the passanger side under the dash, behind the blower motor. there is a wire harness with 2 screws unscrew the 2 screws and unplug the wire connector and the relay will fall right out Install in reverse order
On a 2001 town car is there a blower motor relay or a motor speed control somewhere besides the climate control the blower will not run and I know it is good.?
I had the same problem with my Town Car. It had a thermal cutout switch on the hot water line coming from the engine to the heater. This switch kept the fan from coming on before the engine got warm. I bypassed the switch by taking both wires off and connecting them because the price of a new switch… was totally ridiculous. Now i have complete controle of the fan with the switch on the control. (MORE)
Why would headlights windshield wipers and heater blower motor suddenly stop working in 2000 Ford Focus Hint I already checked the fuses and i have pulled the wiper relay and the other 2 still bad?
The Fuse/Relay box under the hood has a single connector that has power for all three running through it. Check that.
Cost? depends on manufacturer. Ohms value depends on resistance winding of blower motor and can vary from a few ohms to around 1000. However, resistor normally has more than one segment and each segment should be roughly the same and on the low side. But basically, if theres a reading try somewhere… else for the fault (MORE)
Only for the high speed. The lower speeds are controlled with theuse of a blower motor speed resistor.
Well you got ten years out of it. Put in a new one. . Fuse??? Take a test light and see if there is power to the blower. . Had this problem on my 1998 silverado with blower working on only high speed. Replaced the resistor, relay, and motor. Didn't help. Finally decided to use a test light to chec…k for power. Started at connection supplying power to the blower motor switch then checked for power at each blower switch speed connector. Bingo! Bad switch. . www.napaonline.com/masterpages/NOLMaster.aspx?PageId=470&LineCode=ECH&PartNumber=HC1... (MORE)
You can locate your blower motor relay switch by looking at thediagram in a service manual. The blower motor relay switch shouldbe below the dashboard on the passenger side of the passengercompartment.
It is located on the passenger side behind the glove box. If you remove the kick plate at the bottom of the underside of the glove box and look up you will see the module with the wire going to it. They are conected to the blower motor and you can trace them back. I you drop the glove box out of the… way by slide the keeper to the side you can get to the wires to inplug them from the blower motor. This and more info is available with pictures of how to do this change (easy) is available at our enthusiasts website: www.trailvoy.com (MORE)
With all the effort and unnatural angles one must twist the neck and body to get the resistor OUT, it's easier just to replace it. Did mine yesterday (Aug 2010), simple. It cost $22 at Advanced Auto. It's located under the dash on the passenger side. You'll need a Phillips head to remove a plastic… cover, then a 9/32" ignition wrench to remove two hex head bolts. Takes about 20 minutes. The blower motors also go bad slowly and you'll notice a significant drop on your voltmeter if your Cherokee has one) when you turn the blower switch on. The blower is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. Might be a good time to replace that too--it is accessed by moving the washer fluid reservoir out of the way in the engine compartment, then three 1/4" tiny bolts and a wiring harness clip. You may need a small pry bar to ease the blower motor out as it was likely put in with some sealant. Be sure to disconnect the negative cable on the battery before replacing either of these things. (MORE)
Drivers side window on 2000 EXP stopped working suddenly you want to believe it is something other than the motor Tried swapping relays and still nothing Any suggestions?
Is the motor getting power and if so, do you hear it trying to rotate. If no power then it could be your door switch, if there is power then its probably your regulator.
I have a 92 f350 4x4 crew cab and the relay is located on the back of the blower motor located in the engine compartment. comes off with 2 screws. If your fan is going it will burn out the relay as soon as you install the mew one. Speaking from experience.
a blower motor resistor controls the speed of the fan from low to the 2nd highest by going through a resistor block. The resistance changes on each coil, therefore changing the speed of the blower. high setting bypasses all of the coils and runs at full speed.. You know yours has gone bad if it onl…y runs on high. (MORE)
resistor needs to be replaced it is under the glove box by the cabin filter remove the black round box you will see it
you could have anything from a fuse to a blower motor problem ,,the blower moter is under the wiper assembly ,,, remove the assembly by removeing the 10 mill bolts ,,, and the plastic cover on the blowermotor houseing is held on with clips ,,, also check the blower resistor module which is in the bl…ower housing (MORE)
The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minutes.. The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minut…es. (MORE)
blower motor resistor is on passenger side of car near center console. One star-head screw releases it and it can then be removed.
Hi,There could be a few reasons, the fuse, the blower motor resistor, the fan switch. Any of these could be the problem but you need to first do the checks, fuse first, if ok then look further. I also hve the same problem and I believe it's the an resistor as I've had to replace one before. I've als…o had a problem with the fan switch. Good luck. Steve H. (MORE)
99% of the time, the blower motor relay, or resistor block,will be bad if the fan motor only works on high speed.
There is a blower motor resister, AC Delco part #15-80647, under the dash...behind the glove box. It plugs into the duct system and bolts in with two screws. There seems to be alotta issue with this area online. I don't know if your having climate control fan problems, but this may or may not fix… it. I have 06 H3 and that part didn't fix it. There was corrosion on the resister pointing to a potential problem soure, but I replaced it with no luck. The fan still won't turn on. I stopped working after weeks of intermitent problems. If you find out what causes the problem, please post it so the rest of us H3 owners will know. I will do the same. (MORE)
My blower stopped working could this be the motor blower resistor or should I just replace the blower motor?
Depends on the year. You could try the resistor first since it is the cheapest. If not that, then check the fuses, relays and wiring to the control head. Then lastly, change the motor.
If the blower stopped working my 2001 Kia Spectra could this be the motor blower resistor or should I replace the blower motor?
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor - if so replace blower motor. If not check fuse, switch, resistor pack.
Ok I will anser it myself the blower motor relay is located in the power distribution module (under hood fuse pannel) it is the front passenger relay the one on the drivers side is the horn (I called my local ford dealer on monday to find out)
\nMy 2005 does the same thing, just found out it's the blower motor control module. Hope that helps out!!
Blower on your 2000 Grand Prix only works on high you have checked blower motor resister fuses and switch All ok What now?
Well it is apparent that all is not ok. The speed of the blower motor is controlled by the blower motor speed control switch and the blower motor resistor pack. One of those two items is your problem. I would bet the blower motor resistor pack is defective. The only way to know for sure is to replac…e it. (MORE)
The blower motor isn't working on a 1999 Cadillac Seville the are no blown fuses or relays the blower motor does work whats the problem?
If you have checked the blower motor and it does function when power is applied then I would suspect the Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective. It is also possible the blower motor speed control is bad, but highly unlikely.
The Relay is attached to the sheet metal that supports the Radiator and is located kinda between the Radiator and the Battery.....right next to the Voltage Regulator. It's VERY hard to see and get at......will probably have to remove the Battery to access it.
Passinger side air duct , lean under dash and there is a plate with three screws in it and a plug, when you lower it down it looks like a wire coil.
Up under the glove box, you'll see a cover that is held in by 3 7mm bolts. Take those bolts out, then the cover will come off. After you take the cover off you'll see a round metal thing (blower motor) held in by 3 6mm bolts. The blower motor resistor is directly behind that. You can get to the resi…stor without taking the blower motor out but it's a little easier to get to with the blower motor out. So, take a 6mm socket and ratchet and undo the bolts holding in the motor, then unplug the motor's electrical harnes and pull the motor out. Now, what you'll need to undo the resistor is a 6mm socket and ratchet and a u-joint extension. Undo the front bolt with the 6mm socket and ratchet, then for the one in the back you'll need to put on the u-joint extension. Put the ratchet in until you feel the socket lock onto the bolt then undo it. Pull the resistor out and unplug it from the wiring harness. Then to install a new one, just do the same steps but in reverse. Also, here is a video on how to do it... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsKIRuK7his (MORE)
The Blower Motor has a resistor attached to the blower motor itself. I'm not familar with a relay for the motor. I think you have to remove the Blower Motor itself to get access to the resistor. The blower motor is under the dash on the passenger side. It's like 3 maybe 4 bolts to remove.
right beside the blower there is a plug ..unplug it and remove the two screws ...pull out your resister
A typical relay uses small (primary) wires to cause points to close, completing (closing) the circuit for the bigger wires that carry the current to operate a device, such as a cooling fan, starter or the high speed circuit on a bower motor. A blower resister unit has different paths for the electri…city to flow for the slower fan speeds. I say this because some blower motor relays include the high speed relay and the resister unit. In that type of system, removing the relay keeps the blower fan (heater or air conditioner air movement) from occuring. It is very typical for these blower control devices to fail in a GM car and for the wiring to also be hurt in a GM truck. Visual inspection of the relay/resister that is located above the front passenger's feet will help you decide how much damage you have, as when the relay/resister is removed you can see heat damage to the faulty ones. Many of these are held in by bolts that have 5.5 mmm heads. (MORE)
first have wiper swith checked to make sure it is not the problem then have wiper motor checked for a short a short inside the motor will keep it running
If your fan works on some of the speeds, but not others the most likely culprit is the resistor set. These are cheap and I wouldn't recommend spending a lot of time troubleshooting them.
Yes. Hot water comes from the water heater. The blower motor propels warm air around the house through the duct-work, but is not connected to the hot water heater in any way.
Because it is connected (by a few wires if I'm not mistaken) to the blower motor.
Because for each speed except the higgest one, to slow the motor of the fan, a resistor is choose and it's a big resistor, bigger to slow the speed and after long use or if the motor is defect (use to much currant), the resistor burn and no currant can pass trough
Yes it does power has to go thru it first and if current is to high it will blow the resister as like a fuse
chevy trucks have the blower resistor pack in the bottom of the airbox on the passenger side under the dash. i would assume the suv's would be the same.
The year, make and model info would help but in most cases theblower motor resistor can be found close to the heat blower motor.So locate the blower motor and the resistor should be very close toit.