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Blower not blowing

The blower has stopped blowing any air out of the vents & defrost (no air conditioning, no heat, not even outside air). The blower motor is working. Can feel a coolness when the air is turned on with my hand up to the vent, however, nothing is blowing out.

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  • tcjumps Sep 29, 2008

    I have the same problem 2002 overland. I can hear the motor working at all speeds, but very little air comes out the vents (all vents).

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    also the blower motor makes noise no matter what speed it is on.

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    No air or heat coming out of vents.replaced the resistor and still nothing.any suggestions? 05 frontier

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    no air blowing when blower is turned on

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    the blower motor works but the air coming out of the defrost, vents or floor doesn't seem to be coming out hard enough.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    get no cold air and no hot air , but blower works great

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    it doesnt matter where you turn the nob, it only blow on defrost


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Can you hear the fan working on all speeds?

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The motor is bad, or there is a fuse blown. check all your fuses, if they are all good then replace the blower motor.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

Having same problem with mine, i think the air con needs topping up. easy job, cheap and any garage can do it.

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Same problem as well. 2001 Grand Cherokee Limited. The blower is working as I can hear the blower working and changing speed but air out of vents is minimal. Can change the temp of the air as normal but little to nothing blowing from vents. When moving the selector to change the vent output I can see the actuator on drivers side move the lever. Also can see the drivers side temp actuator move behind the glove box. Anyone have any thoughts. Blend doors were replaced in 06. Twice as the dealer installed them wrong the first time.

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I had the same problem with mine. Started off that the heater resister was fried (burnt) as well as the wiring harnass. The resister was what caused the problem we thoguht, so changed taht, now we learned that the blower motor is surging and causing all the problems.

you'll know if its the resister and wiring if you reach under passenger door and wiggle the wiring while the heat is on high, you'll hear the motor kick on and off as the current is completed and breaks.

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