Question about 2003 Suzuki Aerio
I was didving down the road and the fan quit working. I looked at parts and a new blower fan cost around $300 w/o labor and I was hoping it was a fuse....I looked at the fuse boxes and it didn't seem to have any blown fuses. I am not thrilled to spend that much money but I do live in Arizona. One shop said it would cost $95 just to diagnose the problem.
Mine did the same thing and I found the connector on the blower wiring harness was all melted and chared from overheating. I took out the blower assembly, cleaned the connector terminals, cut off the melted wiring harness connector and crimped on new female connectors. Seems to work ok now, I just hope it doesn't melt again
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Check for blower motor relay,,,blower resister may have went all the way out take motor out and check with 12 volts directley to it really need to envest in a test light ground the test light ,and turn key on,,,touch both sides of fuse at the top where the metel is exposed ,both sides should light up ,if only one side lights up ur fuse is blown the test light is no t expenseve at all,7 to 8 dollars test all fuses in the fuse boxes,yes there is probley one under the hood,test all fuses not just the one for ac or heater fan
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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