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I r&r atleast 20 to 30 blower motors a month and about 85 % of the time the motor has just givin up due to normal wear and tear, and a combination of diferent obstructions, simply cleaning out debris and attempting to fix isnt the solution, blower motors are cheap, and most can be removed& replaced in under 5 minutes
Posted on Dec 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes it is the blower Motors Resistor board. It is up behind the blower motor, just under the glove box. You have to remove the black KICK panel with its two "Push Pins" that will break too. There are 3 screws holding that resistor board in, the back two are a bear to get to. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
SOURCE: My heater blower stopped working
The blower motor, as you have probably seen, is under the dash on the passengers side. While in Park with the parking brake applied:
Turn the Key On with fan blower set to High. Locate the blower motor and wiggle the electrical connector. If this brings the blower motor to life, a new blower motor is needed. This, if applicable, is a common failure that matches your symptoms. The new blower is simple to replace, although it is never fun working under the dash.
If you have a 12 volt test light or DVOM (multimeter) you can check for power at the electrical connector. You should have battery voltage (12+) with the blower set on high. Always use a known good ground when testing for power. If you have power (key on, set to high) and no blower operation the blower motor needs replacing.
The resistor you replaced is a very common failure on these.
Give me an update.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
SOURCE: Blower motor or resistor?
If it was the motor that went out then it would not blow at all. The resistor is the culprit that starts killing off speeds. It should be about $25 to $30 at an aftermarket store like autozone or advanced auto parts.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
The blower speed controller is located under the hood on the right or passenger side on the heater housing just to the side of the heater hoses near the very back of the right cylinder head.
Yes that would cause the concern you are having.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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