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The rear blower motor switch and the rear floor console switch bezel are serviced only as an assembly.

  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the rear floor console.
Rear Blower Motor Switch

  1. Remove the rear floor console switch bezel by releasing the retaining tab located at each end of the switch bezel and pushing it out through the front surface of the console.
  2. Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the rear blower motor switch and the rear heated seat switches.
  3. Remove the rear heated seat switches from the rear floor console switch bezel by gently prying the switches free from the back of the switch bezel.
INSTALLATION
  1. Install the rear heated seat switches into the back of the rear floor console switch bezel. Make sure that the switch retaining tabs are fully engaged to the bezel.
  2. Connect the wire harness connectors to the rear blower motor switch and the rear heated seat switches.
  3. Install the rear floor console switch bezel into the rear floor console by pushing it in through the front surface of the console. Make sure that the bezel retaining tabs are fully engaged to the console.
  4. Install the rear floor console.
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2 fuses to check, Kevin: in the instrument panel fuse block, 20 amp fuse #12, Htr-A/C. In the under hood fuse block, Frt HVAC fuse, 30 amp.

The new resistor you put in, was it called a "Blower Motor Resistor and Relay Pack" ? It appears there is a relay there with the resistor, but appears to only be used with htr on high speed. However the low speed wiring is also routed through this relay. If it was the Pack you put in, guess that is not an issue.
In the Heater and A/C Control Module is the blower switch. The power in to the control module is a brown wire (from the #12 fuse in instr. panel). With key on should be hot. It appears the brown wire goes to the mode switch and then to the blower switch. Check for power in, and check continuity of both switches. Or check if blower switch has power to it, then check for continuity in it-it should have continuity in all speeds.
If all is good so far, you need to check if blower motor ground is good.
Here can be found a wiring diagram for your Astro. Look for heater controls under the system called "HVAC". Every wiring diagram and TSB for the Astro (or any make, model) can be found here:
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
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Have 1985 dodge ramcharger royal se 5.2L 318. A 30amp toggle switch had been wired to control the heaters blower motor and thats how I get my heat which is constantly on high. What part or parts should I...


Hello from cold Kentucky.
The system uses a fan switch, resistor, and probably a high blower relay.
In the high position, the switch powers a relay that powers the blower motor. Any lower speed goes thru the resistor.
The resistor is on the firewall or under the dash depending on if the truck has air cond.
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My 1988 Ford Tempo's heater fan is not working. I can feel heat at the windshield vents,but the fan wont come on. I have jumped the fan speed switch with a paper clip--and blew a fuse--and checked the...


your circuit is simple--I will paste it below. suspect the blower has shorted and caused the switch to burn up. remove the blower and hotwire it to the battery to see if it works. If not, replace the blower. Then run continuity tests on the swoitch and replace switch if bad. If you have questions, please let me know. Here is procedure for taking blower out:


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION With Air Conditioning

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the glove compartment door and glove compartment by removing the retaining screws and bolts. Push the sides of the glove box in to free the drawer from dash panel.
  3. Loosen the instrument panel at the lower right hand of the glove compartment opening. This is on it necessary if the panel is in the way of the motor housing.
  4. Remove the retaining screws securing the ducting around the blower motor.
  5. Remove the clip securing the blower motor fan blade to the motor arm. Remove the fan blade from the motor.
  6. Remove the blower motor mounting plate from the evaporator case by unscrewing the retaining screws.
  7. Rotate the motor until the mounting plate clears the edge of the glove compartment opening and remove the motor.
  8. Remove the wire harness from the rear of the motor.
  9. Inspect the fan blade for broken edges or cracks. Replace if needed.

To install:
  1. Connect the wire harness to the rear of the blower motor.
  2. Install the motor into the case and secure with the retaining screws.
  3. Position and fasten the fan blade to the blower motor arm. Secure with the clip.
  4. Secure the blower motor outer housing to the duct assembly with the retaining screws.
  5. Install the instrument panel at the lower right hand side if removed earlier.
  6. Install the glove compartment door and glove compartment.
  7. Connect the negative battery cable.
  8. Run blower motors to make the motor works correctly.
Without Air Conditioning
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the right ventilator assembly.
  3. Remove the hub clamp spring from the blower wheel hub. Pull the blower wheel from the blower motor shaft.
  4. Remove the blower motor flange attaching screws located inside the blower housing.
  5. Pull the blower motor out from the blower housing (heater case) and disconnect the blower motor wires from the motor.

To install:
  1. Connect the wires to the blower motor and position the motor in the blower housing.
  2. Install the blower motor attaching screws.
  3. Position the blower wheel on the motor shaft and install the hub clamp spring.
  4. Install the air inlet duct assembly and the right ventilator assembly.
  5. Connect negative battery cab
  6. Check the system for proper operation.

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Removal
  1. Remove the glove compartment liner to gain access to the heater blower motor and blower motor wheel assembly mounting screws.
  1. Use a small screwdriver to remove clip retaining hydraulic damper strut.
  1. Remove four screws and remove the heater blower motor assembly and blower motor wheel assembly from the heater blower motor housing.
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  1. Install the heater blower motor and blower motor wheel assembly in the vehicle.
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