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I have new blower motor. it dosen't stop running


Could be a bad blower motor resistor,mounted by the blower.

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After i change thebrake switch will my fan blower for my heater and ac start working agian


No it won't.The brake switch is for brake light,interlock shift solenoids,transmission TCC controls,and stoping the vehicle, You fan blower has a completely different power supply that is independant from the brake electrical system, For you fan blower to operate its either the fan resistor blower or the fans control switch to the fuse

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I turned on the ac and the light does not work, the vents are not blowing and the car is running hot. I have a saturn SL 1996


First check the 15 amp HVAC fuse located in the main fuse block inside the car on the passenger side of the center console, under a cover. If the fuse is good, then the problem may either be the HVAC blower switch (which is the fan blower selector switch), the fan blower motor resistor, or the fan blower motor. An auto repair manual will explain and illustrate for you the steps on how to check each of these components.

Even after pushing the ac light switch on, the fan blower selector switch has to be turned on as well (working) because it provides an electrical path to the positive side of the battery to complete the circuit and turn the ac light on. What the ac light switch does is provide the electrical path for the ac compressor clutch to come on through the ac control relay which is controlled by the car's PCM(computer) when you want ac, but the ac light switch still needs to run through the fan blower selector switch to receive its power. You can turn on the fan without the ac light switch because it gets its ground path(negative) from the blower motor. So the blower motor has to work in order to provide a ground path for the fan blower selector switch to be functional. You could have a faulty blower motor which is why no air blows through the vents. The fan blower motor is located inside the car on the passenger side underneath the dash at the bottom end of the glove compartment box. You'll see it. It's right above where a person rests their feet on the floor. Therefore, if your 15 amp HVAC fuse is good, check to see if you have voltage at the blower motor connector. Unclip the connector and with the ignition on and the fan blower switch moved to any one of the first 3 selections, check for voltage using a multimeter. The voltage will vary because there is a blower motor resistor. Voltage should be higher on setting 3 than 1. If you do have voltage at the blower motor connector, check for a faulty blower motor. The auto repair manual will tell you how to do it using jumper wires.

It's normal that your car is running hot because the radiator fan works in conjunction with your ac compressor. If the ac is on, the radiator fan will be on and therefore the engine coolant temperature will stay in it's normal operating range. If the ac is off, the radiator fan will stay off as well and the engine coolant temperature gauge will begin to rise and show pretty hot (especially at idle). It will do this up until a certain degree then the radiator fan should turn on thermostatically and stabilize the temperature. It's scary and I know what your saying because it does that to my car if my ac isn't on. Don't worry it won't overheat.

May 29, 2011 | 1996 Saturn SL

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Heater blower stopped working?


Hello,
You may want to try your fan on all speeds. If it will work on high, you have a bad resistor for the fan motor. ( high speed doesn't go through the resistor ).
If it doesn't work on any speed, I would check the following;
1. Make sure the fuse isn't blown for the fan blower motor.
2. Check, or have checked the wires between the fan control switch and the fan blower motor.
3. Have the fan control switch checked.
4. Have the fan blower motor checked.

I hope this helps you.

Feb 03, 2011 | 2002 Buick Rendezvous

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My 2006 suburban fan switch doesn't work. I know it is the switch because the middle and rear fan switches work. Help please


it could and could not be the switch. You also have a fan blower relay and a fan blower resistor that may be bad alone with the fan blower motor itself. Good Luck!!!

Nov 15, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Suburban

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The heater fan on my 1999 f-150 only worked on high,now stopped totally


replce the blower resister,for this is your speeds,,u will find this in the blower box,,,,check blower relay in fuss relay box ,and then check fan switch ,look at back of switch to se if switch is burned if so repair or replace switch plug harness and replace fan switch

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Town and country mini van


does it turn off when the car turns off? if so, you probably need a new blower motor resistor. They run about $80 but shop around. Fixed my problem right away

Jun 04, 2009 | 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

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Saturn 2000 LS2 Blower Fan Problem


You blower fan obviously works. Try replacing the fan speed switch.

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Auto Repair: Fan switch or blower, how do I determine which is bad?


there is a thing called a blower motor resistor that controls the fan on cars these days. they are usually in the air box. check with a dealer for your car. its easy to change.

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