Blower moter for my heater (heat works, blower does not)
It stopped working after I slammed my glove box. Its not the fuse I dont think. ANy other suggestions? Is there something I could have knocked loose? Because the glovebox light went off momentarily also but came back on.
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The blower motor is behind the glove box, sit in the passenger side seat and kick behind the glove box a few times real hard with your heat on high, the motor might kick back on, I had a Buick and the same thing happened
This is the blower behind the dash or behind the glove box , be sure to check the fuses if fuses are ok then the motor for the blower is damaged and needs replaced, the blower moter is attached to the fan. If you replace the blower motor you will need to get its location via vehicle specific. Do this on the web.
CHECK HEATER AND AC IGNITION 10 AMP FUSE UNDER HOOD JUNCTION BOX.IF ALL IS GOOD CHECK BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL LOOKS GOOD. TURN ON CONTROL SWITCH TO CHECK TO SEE IF POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR IF YES BLOWER MOTOR BAD.IF NO POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY GOOD.YOU HAVE BROKE WIRE BETWEEN SWITCH AND BLOWER MOTOR OR CONTROL SWITCH FAULTY. TO GET TO BLOWER MOTOR ITS LOCATED UNDER THE DASH ON PASSENGER BEHIND GLOVE COMPARTMONT YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE GLOVE BOX ITS JUST BELOW IT FAR BACK.YOU NEED TURN OFF RADIO FIRST THEN DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WAIT 20 MINUTES THIS DISABLE AIRBAGS AND THE BCM.REMOVE BLOWER MOTOR HOTWIRE IT TO SEE IF ITS WORKS. IF NO BLOWER MOTOR NO GOOD.IF BLOWER MOTOR GOOD THE AC AND HTR CONTROL SWITCH IS BAD DEALERSHIP FIX.
In the fuse block,under the hood on top of the fender. Locate fuse #35 it's 40amp fuse for the blower moter. If the fuse is ok,there is another
common problem you can check. The blower moter resistor assembly,
located under the dash on right side. With a 12v test light check for
power to the blower moter from the resistor. If you have no power to the
moter, replace the resistor assembly. If niether of these works, I'll need
to know if you have climate control or manual control hvac. And for some reason, the wheel base. long wb or short wb. to dig any deeper.
But I hope one of the causes I've mentioned will cure the problem.
Several possible causes (blown fuse, malfunction in blower speed switch, open ground in blower motor electical circuit, burned out blower motor (brushes), open circuit in blower resistor, etc. Best solution, Take the vehicle into a Hyundai Service Center (dealership), pay the diagnostic fee. They will tell you EXACTLY what the problem is and what's needed to fix it (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc.)
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.)