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Blower motor not getting power

Replaced Blower motor. Wires running to the motor have not power running through them. Fuse tests fine.

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SOURCE: Heater Fan/Blower does not work.

what you need is a blower motor resistot

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Sounds like your blower motor rheostat needs to be replaced. I'm about to replace mine for the second time. Fan just quits working altogether when the rheostat goes.

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SOURCE: Blower motor stopped working.

ok to the left of the steering wheel by brake pedal remove fuse panel and look for no. 3 location blower relay after that your going to look for no. 8 blower fuse 40amps after that look for no. 28 its a 10amp fuse this is blower coil relay but if you have puddle lights that fuse is good also runs them !! Hope this helps you out !! Rick from nwi auto acdelco & ford parts dealer !

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It is most likely the temp sensor. you can test sensor and all wires with an ohmmeter. On the ohm setting, place one probe on one end of wiring or sensor, and the other on the other end and there should be a reading.

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SOURCE: 1999 Isuzu Trooper Problem with Blower Motor, FUse Box, and exter

Did you find out a solution to your problem? I have a 1996 trooper that is showing most of the same symptoms that you have. I'm curious as to your fix. Was it simply a bad ground?

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you don`t say if you checked the fuse for the blower motor. if its good then you may want to check the powers and grounds at the blower motor. if you don`t then you need to back test the circuit until you fine were the lose of voltage occurred.you say you replaced the power relay next to the motor do you mean the resister block. if not then your problem may be the resistor.it sounds like you just threw parts at it hoping and doing any testing.

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Hope this helps, it it does please leave feedback Thank You and Good Luck

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