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Heaters Do you know where i would find the fuses fro my heaters and how would i know if they were blown. How much do they usually cost?>

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  • marieclark Nov 06, 2008

    I have actually checked allot of my fuses on my drivers side by the steering wheel i replaced the one for my heaters. Is that the only one? I f theres no power for the heater motor what do i do? How much will it cost to get fixed?

  • marieclark Nov 06, 2008

    I dont have anything to check the power supply in booked in a garage tomorrow but just worried of the cost?

  • marieclark Nov 06, 2008

    Thank you

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Do you have a meter to check for voltage?
the fuse might look funny like a component or a small capacitor , there could also be an inline fuse on the wires to the motor , but you will need to know if power is going to the motors power lines
does the heater have a power light on or something to indicate that power is present to the heater?

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  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    to be able to find out if a fuse has gone , it will be an open on the diode check on the meter(DMM)

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    fuses are cheap , like a buck or two

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    there may be a relay switch not engaging and the cost of having that replaced depends on who you go to get it done , but also who will do a better job , like the dealer

    if it is just the relay then it shouldn't be to much for them just to replace the relay, but if there is a wire not connected(burnt apart)then it will be more ( just the relay /$60-$80 if there is another problem then it depends on what that is and how much the replacement part costs

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    the relay is cheap and should just be plugged in somewhere in the fuse box in the car or under the hood

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    or it may be behind the glove box( the relay)

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    your very welcome!

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