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Blower My blower only works on full blast or nothing. What's the deal?

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  • timothyfrido Jun 17, 2009

    I replaced the blower relay and still nothing. the a/c works great. it's just the blower that won't work right. any other tips?

  • timothyfrido Jun 18, 2009

    I changed the blower resistor motor and it works great now.



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Check Blower RELAY & A/C Control Modual

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

  • Ronnie Wilson Jun 18, 2009

    I'm Sorry I'm Asuming That You are NOT HEARING the Blower Motor Turn ON & RUN,

    at any Speed's, Please Clarify if I'm Wrong ! Otherwise here are Some Other Tips to Hlp you Along.

    If you have test Light,Check for Power @ Power IN on the BLOWER MOTOR PLUG If you Have Power At this PLUG the MOTOR is FAULY And should be Replaced, If NO Power the The A/C Control Unit Indash Is Faulty. Please Feel FREE to RELPY with ANY QUESTIONS.

    Hoping this HELPS you !!!

  • Ronnie Wilson Jun 19, 2009

    GOOD Deal !! Happy it Works Now, Did I Deserve NO Rating If you feel this way thats Fine But Please RATE Me Bad Good Nomatter What, Oops did I Hurt ME ? Lol Have a Good Summer !



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