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Have no air at all coming from blowers on Honda civic type r

Been told that it is resistor that has gone and this can only be fixed at main dealer due to the main brain needing to be re coded once removed to get to this part. is this correct?

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  • k_geast Dec 10, 2008

    Took car to local garage.



    They said this is what they thought was wrong as there is power getting to motor for blowers and no fuses have gone so they said was resistor? The blowers just stopped working all of a sudden and so have no air (hot or cold) coming out no matter what speed is on.

  • lmalcolm15 Jan 06, 2009

    no hot/cold air from blowers

  • Anonymous May 20, 2009

    I have no air coming from my blower hot or cold on my honda civic 2002 and the mechanic confirmed that it is the blower. I would like to know how i can replace it myself

  • Adam
    Adam May 11, 2010

    Why told you that info?

    A resistor is linked to the blower systems. If you are getting some speeds but not others the resistor is your issue.

    The issue you are having could be from a malfunction in the door control.


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Transistor then. Its the same thing as the blower motor resistor just a different name. This is a easy fix. Simple if you have good instructions.

First you need to remove the dashboard lower cover. This is located under the glove box covering the blower motor and your ECM/PCM. Gently pull down at the edges nearest the glove box. 4 clips should pop. Now just pull the cover tword you and it will slide out of the holders.

Now you need to remove the glove box. Do this by opening it. Look on the side of the glove box you will see one bump stop on each side. Pull those in tword the middle of the glove box. Now it should hang all the way down. You will see two bolts around the hing of the glove box. remove both of those bolts. They should be a 8 or a 10mm bolt.

You should be able to see the power transistor now It will be to the lower left side of the blower motor. It is held in by two screw and has 4 wires going into it. It will be facing outward tword you.

The color of the wires going into the motor will be black, blue/black, blue/yellow, and blue red.

You may not even have to take the glove box out. Once you take out lover dashboard cover check and see if you can see the blower transistor.

If their is anything else i can do let me know.

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