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Heater blower went out?

About 1 yr ago, the medium-high setting on my heater went out. No big deal, cause the other settings still worked. Now, when I turn on the heater, I only get very little heat on the highest settings, yet I hear the blower/sensor (behind the glove box) click as I switch control from Low-Med-High. Is this the blower that isnt working?

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  • shannon Oneill May 18, 2009

    Didnt notice any smell. The blower still comes on, but the high setting now blows equivalent to low setting. While the low setting doesnt seem to blow at all. I can hear what I think is the relay, behind the glove box, clicking as I move between settings. Is there anyway to check the condition of these parts(blower,relay,etc.), without replacing them?

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Either the blower went bad or the heater relay went bad. This does not sound like a heater core problem unless you where smelling a SWEET smell when it was running.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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    Jeremy Reddick May 18, 2009

    Yes, in order to do this you will need to remove the dash around your system, and with the car key in the on mode you can take a multimeter on DC and check for power, This could just be the relay switch that is bad in that case you will get a reading on all setting but one

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