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Re: heater does not blow out any air
There is a fuse panel under the dash on the driver's side and the maxi-fuse box is under the hood on the driver's side. If the fuses are good, it is probably the blower fan which is located under the dash on the passenger's side. (Behind the glove box.)
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There is a relay that powers the blower motor circuit . Left I/P fuse box , do you know where that is ? The relay is IGN 3 relay .
Fuse Block- I/P - Left
LF of the passenger compartment, behind the kick panel
IGN 3 RELAY
IGN3, HVAC CNTRL MODULE
HVAC CNTRL MODULE, TC SW., HTD SEAT SW.
Does your car have Manual or automatic climate control ?
Try checking the antifreeze level, make sure the Hose to the Heater core isn't kinked and the cable valve is open. Then I would install a Flush kit and change the Thermostatand antifreeze after flushing.
There are three fuses involved, all of which are in the fuse box in the dash.
15amp radio hvac powers the control module on the dash.
10amp hvac also powers the module.
30amp high blower fuse powers the blower motor only.
Check your owners manual for details.
You may need a mechanic for this. There is a 40amp fuse for the blower in the fuse box under the hood. There is also a blower relay. But you also have fuses and components for the automatic climate control which turns the blower on and off.
First check that the blender door motor is operating.This should be a little box directly in front center of the console. When you adjust the temp control, the arm should move on the box motor. Probably though your heater core is plugged.Do a search for don-ohio and heater core and maybe the long tryped message will come up, if you CAN do a search on this site.I'm pretty new here, and don't know the `ropes'. ha! don-ohio
blower motor location is in the heater box down by the passengers feet the fan relay in out under the hood in the power fuse box check this first
check to see if the blower motor turns you can do this by removing the three screws the motor and squiral cage will come out spin it if it moves freely putit back replace the switch assembly
This is probably an a/c,heater relay,or fuse, usually located under the hood , in a covered fuse box. Check your vehicles owners manual for the exact location of your fuse panels.There are probably 2 boxs in your car, one under the hood, and one in or under your dashboard.Usually heater and A/C are on the same relay, but may have seperate fuses, check them all. your manual will show the locations. good luck
I have the same problem with my 2001 Tahoe. The front blower is working, its blowing strong, but its cold air even with the temp setting as high as it can get. The rear blows hot air. The engine temp guage is at about 210ish which is close to being normal (220). I just replaced the thermostate a few months ago, I don't know if its bad again, or it I deluted the antifreeze too much and it frooze the heater core, or if the heater core just went bad. Any one know what the cause could be?