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No heat my daughter has a 2001 kia sportage, there is no power to the blower motor switch, she doesnt have a manual, anyway you can let me know where the power comes from so i can check that?

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  • lordsideous4 Feb 28, 2009

    I have the same problem with 2000 sportage. I have already replaced the blower motor itself. Turned on the heat and nothing i was so pissed. WHAT NEXT!!!

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Try checking for power at the blower motor. Not quite sure on yours, but a lot have the switch more or less grounding, with the power at the motor. Remove the resister assembly from the blower housing and check that the coils are not burnt. Quite often this resister needs to be replaced. Frankster016

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