Question about 1994 Honda Civic
Start with the basics check fuses and relays. there should be two fuse and or relay boxes one under the hood and the other inside the car. your owners manual should show location and if you are lucky it will list each fuse function. if its not one of those you may want to take a ride to the auto store and get a test light. now pull the switch back out but leave it pluged in. ground the clamp and test all the wires for power. if the test light lights there is power present(keep in mind you will need the key on and the blower motor switch on ) if you have power in and out of the switch the problem is closer to the motor (or could be the motor)take your test light and test at the blower motor for power if it has power than you need to replace the motor
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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