Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
I have checked fuses and relays? and there was no problem
(the blower motor dose not run)
i have hooked up the blower motor to the battery and it turns on!!?
i have replaced the resitor.
i have replaced the control switch
i have a feeling its going to be a wireing problem
if theres anyone that has had this problem or might know what to do.. let me know
You have a vaccume leak find it repair it and the blower will work again, i know this sounds strange but i had the same problem the entire system is vaccume operated
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Looks like you have replaced just about everything...But, don't forget that the mode selector is also a switch (vent, bi-level, defrost etc) If that switch is not connecting, nothing will work. Did you test the components you changed, or just changed them using the process of elimination method? Put a volt meter on this stuff and determine where power is stopping.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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