Question about Mini Cars & Trucks
Please check for a blower resistor problem. The fan speed is controlled by a resistor which controls blower speeds. The resistor works the lower speeds while usually high speed bypasses the resistor for full fan speed only. You either have a resistor or resistor electronic module. Google location for locaton of resistor. ( mini one blower resistor location) There is alot of info that may help you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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It sounds like the blower moter resistor had gone bad. I'm not sure what kind of vehicle you have, all I see is Mini one, so I am assuming that it is a Mini Cooper. I am pretty sure that it is on the heater box located under the dash behind the glove box. It is a little square piece with a plug in with wires comming out of it. There are usually two screws on each end holding it in. I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem and the gear box that opens and closes the valve for the water flow through the heater core was stripped. I had it replaced because it is a bear to get to. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
That happen to me too i just fixed last week
the thing is that you have to change the fuse in infiniti there is 3 place of fuses first one is inside the car, Second one is infront of the battery and the third one is next to the battery so for the radio and A/C one is the infront of the battery open and change the fuse number 15 that will be fixed...
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
SOURCE: heater problem, 2
Most likly this van has seperate controls for driver and passenger heat and ac controls.If its blowing hot air your heat is working.These controls operate differant dampers that are electonicly controlled.If the dials arent working they would cause this problem.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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