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Blower motor will not operate.

The blower motor will not operate. The motor and fuses are good. Could it be the switch or resistor. Where is the resistor located?1996 rodeo blower motor does not work check motor anit is good .also checked fuses an relay they are good .changed stwich an still does not work. need help

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  • langmj Jan 20, 2009

    1996 isuzu rodeo blower motor does not work. checked motor ,fuse,an relay also changed switch an stll does not run.

  • langmj Jan 23, 2009

    replaced thermo fuse an still does not work.checked power plug to blower motor it has 12 volts on one side but does not have a ground on other side

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You need to take apart the dashboard and access to the heater core.

That is quite a complicate operation.

If you decide to DIY, then follow the detailed instructions, pictures and diagrams on the repair manual, see link below:

Isuzu Rodeo Repair Manual - Haynes

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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I would check the switch and the cable to turn it on

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It can be cable coming to the blower motor
You can get the complete scheme for heater controle assembly at
http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280062675
Just add you car, go to repair guide- chassis electrical- heater
-heater assembly.
Good Luck

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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Hi

The resistor pack is behind the glove box-check the thermo fuse in it could be blown -if it is the blower won't come onbehind the glove box-check the thermo fuse in it could be blown -if it is the blower won't come on.

Rylee

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

  • Rylee Smith
    Rylee Smith Jan 18, 2009

    Also ,



    BLOWER MOTOR INOPERATIVE
    1. Blower Motor Operation

    Turn ignition on. Place A/C function control switch in FLOOR position. Place blower motor switch in HI position. If blower motor operates, go to next step. If blower motor does not operate, go to step 4).
    2. Blower Motor LO Speed

    Rotate blower motor switch to LO position. If blower motor operates, wiggle wires and check for intermittent connection. Repair if necessary. If blower motor does not operate, go to next step.
    3. Blower Motor Resistor

    Check blower motor resistor coils and thermal limiter for continuity. If blower motor resistor has continuity, repair open in Orange /Black wire from blower motor to blower motor switch or Black wire from blower motor resistor to ground. If blower motor resistor does not have continuity, replace blower motor resistor and retest system.
    4. Blower Motor

    Turn ignition off. Ground Orange /Black wire at blower motor. Turn ignition on, long enough to check blower motor operation. If blower motor operates, repair open Orange /Black wire between blower motor splice before blower motor switch and blower motor resistor. If blower motor does not operate, check blower motor fuse. If fuse is okay, go to next step.

    5. Function Control Switch

    Remove A/C control panel from instrument panel to gain access to electrical connectors. Check for battery voltage at Dark Blue /Light Green wire. If battery voltage does not exist, go to next step. If battery voltage exists, go to step 7).
    6. Supply Voltage

    Check for battery voltage at Brown /Orange wire of A/C function control switch. If battery voltage does not exist, repair open in MD6Brown/Orange wire between fuse panel and A/C function control switch. If battery voltage exists, test A/C function control switch for continuity in all positions except OFF. If continuity does not exist, replace A/C function control switch.
    7. Voltage

    Reinstall A/C control panel. Check for battery voltage at Dark Blue /Light Green wire of blower motor. If battery voltage exists, replace blower motor. If battery voltage does not exist, repair open in Dark Blue /Light Green wire between blower motor and A/C control panel.
    8. Circuit

    Turn ignition off. Disconnect blower motor harness connector and install new fuse. Turn ignition on. If fuse blows, go to next step. If fuse is okay, replace blower motor.
    9. Circuit Short

    Turn ignition off. Remove A/C control panel from instrument panel to gain access to electrical connectors. Disconnect harness connector from A/C function control switch. Replace blower motor fuse and turn ignition on. If fuse blows, repair short in Brown /Orange wire. If fuse is okay, repair short in Dark Blue /Light Green wire



    Thanks

    Rylee

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