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Heater blower stops working 94 subaru

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SOURCE: 94 bmw 318iC Heater not working

1st thing to check is the coolant level. Low coolant level results in no, or little heat (not enough coolant to circulate thru the heater core). What does your engine temp gauge indicate? (or is it just a warning light?) If the car is running at what appears to be lower than normal temp., u may have a thermostat that's stuck open. This would cause the engine to not reach operating temp, and u would not have heat. Check the above 2 items 1st, then let me know what u found. If that doesn't fix it, we will continue, let's do the easy and not too expensive stuff 1st!

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SOURCE: Heater Fan/Blower does not work.

what you need is a blower motor resistot

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Have you checked the earth? You may find current is going to earth via the fans. Find the earth for the heater and make sure it is earthing really well. Hope this helps.

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How do I replace / repair the Blower motor on a 1999 VW Beetle?

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hi first i would check the fuse is ok

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I'm guessing you mean that the blower motor has stopped? No more fan right? Has it ceased to function at all fan speeds? If so, the blower motor has probably gone bad. Check the fuse for it first though. Then get a test light or a multimeter so you can check for power at the blower motor connector. On most Subaru's I've worked on, the blower motors are actually relatively easy to access. You should find it beneath and behind the glove box on the passenger side. You can slide the passenger seat all the way back, and lay upside down with your head on the floorboard and look up to get a good look at it. It'll be put in with just 3-4 screws holding it into the duct system. You can pull the connector off, and see if it gets power when the car and heater are both turned on. If you get power at the connector, but the motor doesn't turn, then you have found your problem.

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