Question about 2008 Honda Pilot
Blower fan is making a screeching noise blower was replaced and is still making noise th old fan had gauges inside the filter. Was changed and everything was cleaned still making noise
Sounds like a bad blower motor or installed wrong, the blower may be hitting heater box. found that some aftermarket blowers are not made to oem specs, if there is nothing inside the heater box then i would replace with dealer part, good day.
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
Either its developed the same fault or the fan motor bearing has failed, needs greasing or, if there's a belt, the belt is slipping.
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: honda pilot blower motor stops
When you removed your motor, did you check in the area where the motor mounted to see if there was an obstruction? It could be a bit of insulation or paper... just a thought.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
yes there is a fuse
what kind of nest? did something chew through a wire?
could be under dash or the fuse box under the hood if you still have it check the owners manual in the glove box dont jump steps and just replace the fan could be fruitless
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
From page 232 in the 2007 Honda Pilot Owners Manual.
1. Turn the ignition ON.
2. Press the Select/Reset knob until the engine oil life indicator is displayed.
3. Press the Select/Reset knob for more than 10 seconds. The engine oil life and maintenance item code(s) will blink.
4. Press the Select/Reset knob for another 5 seconds. The maintenance item code(s) will disappear, and the engine oil life will reset to "100".
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
the blower motor is located behind and under the glove box. its held to the blower housing by three screws. remove the three screws and the motor will slide down and towards you. to test the motor. apply power to the yelllow/black wire and ground to the blue/red wire. the motor should run. if not you prob have a faulty power resistor.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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