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Resistor ? usually in the blower duct near the motor

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My blower works fine in the back and weak in the front until i get on the highway


This is one of two failures either the front power transistor or the blower motor. If the power transistor is failed, then the blower motor has to be replaced also. This is a very common failure.

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I have a Volvo 2004 S80 whose blower fan motor stays on, even after the ignition switch has been turned off. What gives? Is this a normal function or should it go off like everything else when you shut it...


Not True. I have a 2004 S60 and a std features is that the blower motor will run from 10 minutes to an hour after the engine has been turned off, This is to dry the evaporator in the dash and avoid musty odors.

If it drains your battery dead there are possible issues; 1) a weak battery that needs replacing or 2) a faulty power stage/transistor unit ont he blower fan.

The transistor unit has power and ground and a digital signal from the control unit. When the transistor sticks, the the blower will not stop when the ignition is turned off.

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The heater fan just stopped...


Check fuse #14(10amp) located in fuse box under driver steering wheel behind the lower dash cover.
Check fuse#12(40amp) located in fuse box under hood.
Replace fuse(s) if any are blow.

If fuse are good.Check blower and transisto next.
Do steps 1-3 with turn key on
1. Unplug connector and check for 12v at the blue/white wire at the blower motor(2-NAT)
-if there's no voltage you might have a bad relay or open in the wire
-if there's about 12v, go to step 2
2.Plug connector for blower motor and unplug connector for blower transistor(4-NAT). Take a jumper wire and jump the blue/black wire to body ground.
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-if blower motor runs, go to step 3
3.check the black wire at(4-NAT) for good ground.
-if you have good ground, then replace blower motor transistor.
good luck

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I have a 2002 Elantra. Yestreday the lower fan speeds on the air conditioner fan stopped working (positions 1,2,3). The High speed (position 4) works. Any ideas how to correct?


The blower motor resistors or fan switch itself are defective.
High speed has no resistors B+ goes straight to blower motor.

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Where is the blower motor transistor


blower motor resister. usually in plenum case under dash on passenger side near blower motor, but not always.

Jan 16, 2010 | 2003 Honda Accord

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Replace the blower motor.


Under the glove box:

Disconnect the blower motor power transistor electric connector (the transistor is far over to the left, with a curly wire coming down to it.)

Remove the blower motor power transistor mounting screws the remove the transistor.

Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor (slightly to the right of the motor).

Remove the blower motor mounting screws and then remove the blower motor assembly.
(there are, I believe, 3 screws; 1 just below the connector; 1 above the connector, higher up, and slightly to the left; and 1 over to the left of the blower motor)

Remove the circlip from the blower motor shaft to release the fan from the motor.

Installation is reverse.

Hope this helps you deal with it.

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AC & Heater Fan on fast spped only


Most of the time this is a bad "blower motor resistor". It is easy to replace. You will find your behind the glove box in the ac/heater (evaporator) housing. Below is a pic of the resistor as it is seen from behind the glove box. 1. resistor assembly. 2. harness 3. fasteners (2). 4. lower edge of glove box. (open).

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Replace Blower Motor Transistor


under the hood above and to the left of the right strut tower(passenger side)

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Fan problems for 1992 honda accord


well, the blower motor doesn't have a transistor, and if it were something else then it would run on low or high.

the best option is to replace the blower motor.



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