Question about Jeep Wrangler
98 Jeep Wrangler. The air conditioner won't blow any air at all. Hot or cold alike. I can hear the compressor kick on when I turn it on but no air movement. I have already replaced the fuses, relays, and the resistors. I want to check the blower motor to see if it is recieving power but I can't seem to find the power source. What else can I check to troubleshoot this problem?
On my grand, there is a variable resistor that controls fan speed. The wires feeding the resistor melted down. Turns out it was a very common problem for the year I have. I would look there first and eliminate that possibility. The power should be frigging fat wire about 8 or 10 gauge and is fed from one of your electrical junctions under the hood. The fusible links can look ok and actually be faulty, so test for the voltage and/or resistance at these points. If It is still down, and you are able to remove the fan, do a simple check to make sure its able to spin freely.
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