Question about Cars & Trucks
I turned on my car this morning, turned the heat to level 1-2, and nothing happens. I turn it up to 3, then 4 (highest setting), and still nothing. I know it was working last night. Anyhow, i pull and check a couple a/c related fuses, they look fine, so i reinstall them. Confused, i turn the car back on and suddenly it works.... I fixed/replaced NOTHING, so i feel like this is bound to happen again. Any idea what might be my problem?
Could be a bad connection at one of the fuses, or a coincidence and has nothing to do with the fuses. It could be the blower motor, resistor, or a connection somewhere.
You would need to check the blower fuse for power with a meter and then the blower motor when it fails to run.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car won't turn over
Neutral safety switch may be going bad or is out of adjustment. Switch is on the transmission under the shift linkage ear where shift cable attaches. Loosen it and put car in reverse (not running) turn switch so that reverse lights come on. semi-tighten switch and check that it starts in both park and neutral. If not you need to change the switch.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
I have the same problem i've found all three fuse boxes there is one on the driver side to the left of the wheel and one on the passenger side to the right of the dash board and one under the hood of the car my question is what to do next?
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
SOURCE: No AC, heat, or vent
its sounds like the Blower speed controller, its located under the hood on the heater case. reach down a wiggle the connector, its under the heater hoses and attached to the case. If it starts the blower fan working get it replaced as it has a bad board.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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