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Fan/heater does not blow any air

Check to see if you have voltage to the blowermotor, if not there is a resister:


If you do have voltage to the blowermotor, and it don't work, replace the blower motor. To access the blower motor and resistor, remove the glove box door, its all in that area:



You can also check this site, as they have done the repair:

Dec 09, 2013 | 1992 Honda Accord

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Heater and ac work fine but only for about 20 min then the air stlops flowing.

The heat stops flowing this means the air stops blowing. i would say this is one of two things if its the air that stops blowing, this would be a bad blowermotor or the blowermotor resistor, the most common problem i would say is the resisitor, good luck, hope this is helpful.

Jan 10, 2011 | 1993 Buick LeSabre

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3.0 fan for heater and ac was coming on only when it wanted too now it will not come on all fuses are good relay dont know how to check 1996 dodge caravan

I can help, the problem here is the blowermotor resistor, the resistor is very very common on these, this is what controls the speeds of the blower, if you look under the dash on the pass/side you will see the blowermotor, and the heaterbox, this box is what the blower sits in, the resistor is screwed in the side of the box next to blower, a good way to find it is too unplug connector to blower and follow it back this will lead you to resistor,heres a few diagrams to help you,i hope this is helpful.3881520.jpgbd1809d.gif

Oct 28, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Caravan

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What fuse runs the heater fan

The blowermotor fuse is located in the under the hood fuse box, its in slot # 12. this fuse is an orange fuse and is 40amp fuse, the most common problem with the blower not working is the blowermotor resisitor, so if the fuse is good try replacing the resistor this resisitor is loccated on the heaterbox next to blowermotor. hope this helps.

Oct 27, 2010 | 1996 Ford Taurus

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Heater fan not working, new fuse fitted

This is very common, this sounds like the blowermotor resistor module, this is located on the heaterbox next to blowermotor, i would start there if all fuses are good, the other thing you can do to test motor before replacing the part is disconnect connector to blower and run a power and ground wire to it, if the motor runs then i would replace the resisitor. good luck hope this is helpful.

Sep 23, 2010 | 2000 Volvo S40

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The first three setting for air control have stopped working, level 4 and 5 work fine. I was told that it is probable the relay inside the cab behind the glove compartment. Is this true or do I need a new...

There is a resister for the blower motor,it is near the blower motor,and mounts on the outside of the blower box,but actually goes inside the blower box to keep cool,this is your speeds for your blower motor,be sure and check the connector to it also,these will melt and burn up a lot of the times when this can get the connector and resister at the auto parts store,I know napa carrys it.Now the blower motor may run good and sound good,but this is the reason the resister goes out,the blower is pulling too many amps,so replace it also,or you will have to replace the whole thing again in a month,thank you,and if this was at all helpful,please rate.

Jul 20, 2010 | 2001 GMC Sierra 2500HD

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Heat will not blow

check all your fuses first , then check the blowermotor for power and ground,if it has power but no ground then replace the blowermotor resistor. hope this helps.

Feb 18, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Trying to locate the blowermotor resister on a

The blower motor resistor gets really hot so it is located where the blower motor fan can keep it cool. Look under the hood close to the blower motor.

Feb 12, 2010 | 1997 Oldsmobile LSS

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Heater fan will not run some of the time, if you go in through the glove box and give it a good whack it will start most times, not wanting to start now.

replace the blowermotor thats your problem, another thing is the resistor for the blowermotor, replace that while your there replacing the motor.hope this helps, heres some diagrams to help also.the resistor is under the hood next to pass/side strut tower heres a diagram, the blower is behind glove box area.892e04b.gif80f8288.jpg

Feb 06, 2010 | 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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My blowermotor fuses keep blowing withih 5 min. of putting them in. We have changed the blowermotor and the resister. What else can it be

check the switch if it's not making a good conection it will cause a high amp draw and blow the fuse after it gets hot

Nov 20, 2009 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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