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Heater fan is stuck on high

Blower fan will not shut off. is stays on high

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SOURCE: do you know where the blower resistor for the

The blower resistor is located behind the glove box. You will see the electrical connector and it is held on by 2 8mm bolts. It is a tight squeeze working in there, but you will be able to get to the bolts with the use of an extension on your socket wrench.

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My fan speed is stuck on hi no matter were I set it. Also it stays on when you turn it off and it stays on for about 10 seconds after the car is shut off.


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I can't speak to the cost, a local dealer can do that. As for the reason the fan runs on, it sounds like either a stuck power relay (location should be in the owners manual) or a bad fan speed regulator. Since the fan is stuck on high, I suspect the fan speed regulator is bad. On some cars the regulator is part of the fan assembly, and on some it's separate. Also, there is a possibility you can repair the circuit board, assuming it's something as simple as a burnt out diode. Best of luck!

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Does this have auto temp control where you set the temp number or does it have a knob you set 1-5. I'll bet you have auto temp. and you need to replace the blower control module under the hood.

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is it stuck on high or what speed? if it is high then the relay may be faulty if it is another speed you may have a bad blower resistor or control unit.

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