Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
Looking for blown fuse
All older cars do this, the heater speed dropping reistor is blown
a cheap part.
it can only be 3 things, and a $10 voltmeter tells you which it is in 5min work
the drawings are on alldata.com
but on all cars.
bad power to HVAC
bad controls (includes resistor block or new car modulators)
bad blower motor. (fails on high)
or bad damper if only some modes fail to blow.
and wires, it not necessary to say that "wires" ,its global to all electrics and electronics, it's a GIVEN.
im looking yours up now. to be accurate.
and it does have the block.
see red arrow that resistor is blown up.
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
I had same problem with a cadillac and it turned out to be the Hi-Lo Switch. Replaced that and no more problems . Not sure if this would apply to other vehicles but who knows Its worth checking.
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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