I can't locate on either side of the fuse boxes as to whether or
My car fan indicator goes on when I set the level of where I want the fan to blow...ie...low, med, high....and it does not blow anything at all. I get no heat, thinking that the AC would work, I tried that..no go. When the car is idling, inside front window starts to fog up, once I start driving again, it starts to clear, slowly.
Would there be a fuse to change? Or is there something else I have to look at?
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if it is a fuse your fuse box will be located under hood and sometimes you may also have two fuse boxes , one under hood in a black box in plan view that says fuse and relays. remove the cover and look under the lid. you will find descriptions and placement labels under cap. find your fan and lighting fuse if blown replace with recommended fuse. same goes for other fuse box under dash or located on driver side or passenger side of dash in between door and dash. must open door to view fuse box.
the heater core for this vehicles located behind the glove box on passenger side.in order to remove it,you will need to be mechanically inclined.are you?do you have the tools to do so?8mm sockets and ratchet? you will need patience! if not,i recommend you ask your mechanic to replace it. but 1st i will ask these questions. is it the heater core? is fluid leaking onto the passenger side floorboard? that's one sign of a bad heater core. no heat? have you checked the fluid level in your radiator? does your cooling fan come on when the engine's at operating temperature? if not, then it may be a bad temperature sensor at the radiator. it may also be a bad fan relay in the main fuse box under the hood in the main fuse box[black box w/lid under the hood.lift the cover off of it and under the lid,it tells you fuse and the relay locations.if you turn your a/c on and the fan comes on,and does'nt come on when the engine gets hot,the fan sensor may be bad.the fan sensor that tells the fan to come on when the engines running hot. thank you,for choosing fixya,com!
Located behind the left side of the instrument panel.
Cooling Fan Controller Module
Located behind the right side of the instrument panel.
Cooling Fan Relay
Located in the air conditioning cooling fan control module.
Electronic Control Assembly
Located under the left side of the instrument panel.
Electronic Engine Control Power Relay
Located behind the glove box on the right side of the instrument panel.
Fuel Pump Relay
Located behind the glove box.
Located in the fuse block.
Let me know if this helps. If not, let me know.
The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering column.
Fuses are a one-time circuit protection. If a circuit is overloaded or shorts, the fuse will blow thus protecting the circuit. A fuse will continue to blow until the circuit is repaired.
Main fuse box located on driver's side to the left of the steering wheel, above the brake pedal.
The fuse bow is in the right hand side front wheel well. There is another one in the engine bay just behind the battery. This houses the relays as well. Are you sure that the electrics are at fault? If your refidgerant level is low (you might have a leak) the aircon won't work. Try the fuses first though.
Check the fluid level in the radiator - after it cools down !
It sounds like you should replace the temperature sensor that controls the fan. This is usually located in the radiator and has electrical wires connected to it. Trace the wires from the radiator fan ( not the air conditioner fan!) to the sensor.
If the radiator is aluminum you may need special anti-freeze to prevent damage.