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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would start if you haven't already by checking the fuse. Below is a fuse layout diagram for your vehicle. The yellow arrow is pointing to the 40 amp fuse for the blower motor and the red arrow is pointing to the blower motor relay. If the fuse is good and having someone helping, while touching the relay with your finger have the other person turn the A/C fan on and see if you feel a click inside the relay. If you do not you may be dealing with a bad relay. You can also check to make sure you are getting power at the brown and yellow wire at the blower motor itself. Use a separate ground than the other wirw at the blower motor connector. You should have battery voltage there. If all is good so far you can put direct power and ground to the blower motor to see if it works and if it does you may be looking at the blow motor resister or the controller. I would need to know if you have a manual or automatic climate controlled system in prder to help further. This is all assuming you are talking about the front A/C system and not the rear or aux. A/C system. Hope this helps.....
Posted on May 08, 2012
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