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Try looking the owners manual, inside this documents could check Fuse Panel description; visit owners-manual-online.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: primera 2002 p12 model. heater
need more information on vehicle, my advice is to check blower motor resistor located under glove box area held by two screws into blower housing ( has about 5 wires to it ) check it for burned marks, smell, melting, or accessibly hot to the touch.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 2005 chevy
Try this solution. I have had the same issue three times. A Chevy tech told me that if it keeps doing it, to replace the blower motor, as it seems to be a chronic problem with the blower having to much resistance and thus burning out the resistors. I suspect that you probably had lost one speed first and then more. It has happened both ways with me, once the entire thing went out at once and then the other times it goes one speed at a time.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
unplug the blower motor and test it for power and ground, find out which isnt working, if there is a failier at the socket you may have a bad blower speed control. If that socket passes you testes then it should be your blower motor.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
1st attach a test light from negative battery terminal to voltage wire at blower motor and test for power
2nd attach a test light from positive battery terminal
to ground wire at blower motor and test for ground
if both tests light the test light suspect blower motor
if no ground suspect resistor
if no power suspect short in voltage wire
these vehicles are known for burning out the wire
connection at the blower motor look for discoloration
at the plug
i hope this helps
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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