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No blowing heat at all in H3 2006

Tried looking at fuses. no luck. want to get clear directions as to what to do next before i start pulling at wires under glove box.

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  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    water/coolant level fine. in the hummer book it says to go in to look for this part under the glove box from inside.

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    ha-ha-ha did i say i was female. i am reading motor control resistor under glove box. however i guess if it were that the top speed would still be blowing right.

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    is the fan/blower motor around an 80.99 part? and does it look like mouse prison cell...kinda round?

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    could it have gone out due to driving on white rock roads do you think? and how hard is it to replace? do you have any advise on how to, i dont suppose nails are going to help here are they?

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    Is there any way of testing to make for certain this is the part I need to order?

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    okay I will try that thanks.

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    My friend just wiggled the wires under the glove box and vola

    So what was I supposed to find unde the hood?

  • vampirate Jan 26, 2009

    I cheated I found a mechanic friend to come out in this cold to my workplace, he said it would have been a witch to uninstall as it would have to come out of the glove box.

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Check the water /coolant level the blower motor is under the hood held in by three screws and one plug you dont have to pull wires under the glove box to fix the fan.

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 26, 2009

    the blower motor is usually under the hood of a vehicle...maybe the hummer is different but if its not its on the passenger side under the hood if you dont find it there where you are talking about

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 26, 2009

    yes i think your fan motor is the problem and you may need to change it out.

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 26, 2009

    yes and its the only motor in that area that youre looking in a mouse prison cell?lol never heard that one before but thats what you have to replace

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 26, 2009

    any number of things can make them go out...there are three screws that hold the fan in and one plug to unplug. you can see the screws if you are looking at the motor you should also see the plug that has to be pulled off. and no nails dont help at all lol good luck lady

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 26, 2009

    start the vehicle and turn the heat on high and then tap the motor while its running that will tell you if the fan is working or not.

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