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Blower not working

The first 2 setting dont work on my 99 1.4 civic, 3&4 sometimes work

i have replaced the resister with a new one

first all 4 setting were working now they dont seem to work at all

could this be a bad earth or something else

please help

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  • Thomas Wilson Feb 18, 2009

    how would you check this???



    Regards Tam

  • nkingkeo Feb 28, 2009

    my blower motor does not work either so i think that it might be my resistor or even my blower motor but i do not know where is it located does anyone know where its located?

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It could even be the blower motor, since u replaced the heater resistor pack, check to see if the blower motor is working, then check the fuse

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  • mohammed rahman Feb 18, 2009

    disconnect the wiring from the heater blower motor, put the fan switch on see if there is a live and earth, if so then the heater blowr motor needs replacing, i not check the fuse under the steering coloumnand the engine bay, if all fuses are ok then there is a possibility it could be the switch itself

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