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ARE YOU SURE IT IS THE SWITCH? HAVE YOU CHECKED FUSES AND RELAYS

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Where is the heater blower motor located in a 95 subaru legacy


Here's a link to the blower motor.Here's a link to the blower motor resister,it's next to the blower.Here's the the relay.Here's the switch.The Blower Motor Relay is located:Front seating area, driver side, under dash, mounted above fuse panel

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If ,and when,your blower motor has problems,and it will not blow on the low speeds, consider the blower resister,it is what controls the speeds for your blower motor.Now,replacing the blower resister is the thing to do,but two things to check for also,,the connector to the blower resister,and to the back of the fan select switch,the one you control,on the dash.These connectors,including the fan switch can be burned,and need replacing also.Now the reason these go out,and burn,and melt the connectors,is,that the blower motor is pulling too many amps,even though the blower motor runs great,and sounds good,trust me,the blower motor is the reason,so replace all of these parts when you replace the resister.If the connectors are fine,and the blower switch is fine,of course they will not need to be replaced,but the blower motor is a must,or you just might have to do it all over again in a few months,along with the switch,and connectors I mentioned.

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Ieplaced the resistor to the blower motor Blower motor still does not work. Do i need to replace the blower motor or switch


If the Blower Motor does not operate on any speed, the blower resistor is most likely NOT the problem. To find out if it is the blower motr or the switch, test for power at the blower motor connector. If there is power the blower motor should be replaced. If there is no power, there could be several reasons for this including the blower control switch, the blower motor circuits or even a problem with your ignition switch.

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99 olds heater heats,but doesnt come on


CHECK HEATER AND AC IGNITION 10 AMP FUSE UNDER HOOD JUNCTION BOX.IF ALL IS GOOD CHECK BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL LOOKS GOOD. TURN ON CONTROL SWITCH TO CHECK TO SEE IF POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR IF YES BLOWER MOTOR BAD.IF NO POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY GOOD.YOU HAVE BROKE WIRE BETWEEN SWITCH AND BLOWER MOTOR OR CONTROL SWITCH FAULTY. TO GET TO BLOWER MOTOR ITS LOCATED UNDER THE DASH ON PASSENGER BEHIND GLOVE COMPARTMONT YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE GLOVE BOX ITS JUST BELOW IT FAR BACK.YOU NEED TURN OFF RADIO FIRST THEN DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WAIT 20 MINUTES THIS DISABLE AIRBAGS AND THE BCM.REMOVE BLOWER MOTOR HOTWIRE IT TO SEE IF ITS WORKS. IF NO BLOWER MOTOR NO GOOD.IF BLOWER MOTOR GOOD THE AC AND HTR CONTROL SWITCH IS BAD DEALERSHIP FIX.

Dec 30, 2010 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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How do I determine if my my switch on my Blower motor is bad or if my Blower Motor needs replaced. Right now nothing works.


Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor itself. Then jump 12v tol one of the motor leads and induce ground to the other on the motor. If the motor spins, it's good. Then check to see that you are getting 12v and a good ground from the harness side of that connector that you detached from the motor. That will tell you if the rest of the system is working up to the motor.

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Heater blower stopped working, it was intermittant for a while now does not work at all in any mode.


1. Check your fuse and/or relay for the blower motor. Unplug each one, inspect and replug it back in and recheck operation of the Blower Motor.
If that does does not fix the problem:
2. Locate the Blower Motor Resistor. It should be adjacent to Motor, and has 3-4 wires going into it.
The system works: Switches to Resistor to Motor.
Unplug the Resistor and check for voltage there. If there is voltage: Then the switches are good. If no voltage: the switches need to be checked.
3. Replug the resistor back in and disconnect the electrical connection/power going to the blower motor itself. Check for voltage coming from the resistor. Use the switches to change speeds and recheck each time for voltage. Go through the entire range of speeds on the switch. The voltage should fluctuate, increasing with each higher switch speed selected. If there is no voltage then the resistor is bad and needs to be replaced. If there is voltage and fluctuation with each speed, then the Blower Motor itself is bad and needs to be replaced.
4. Another (very different) way to check the Blower Motor is to take a verk long piece of heavy gauge insulated wire and connect one end of the wire to the positive side of the battery. Connect the other end or the wire to the Blower Motor. If the Blower Motor comes on, then it is not the Motor, but either a switch or resistor problem.
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Blower working on top 2 settings but no air comeing from vents


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Thanks for using FixYa. The possible causes due to which the blower is not working normally are fuse, blower resistor or a bad blower motor. Test the voltage at the blower with a test light. Please check the motor relay switch fuse under the dashboard. Use a multi meter to measure ohms for continuity. If these are fine, bypass the blower motor relay switch to make sure blower motor is running fine. Motor relay switch is right next to radiator fan relay switch under the hood. Pull out the blower motor relay switch to see 4 female pin holes. Test the relay switch using a 12 volts power source and a multi meter to measure continuity. If fan works after jumping the pin holes, then blower motor is fine but relay switch may be faulty. You may also need to replace the blower motor resistor. If still the problem persists, then you need to replace the blower motor.

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I have a 2000 ford E350 van with front and rear air. the front blower motor runs at low speed, The front blower still runs on low even when the knob is set on medium or high. I do not know where the...


it's either the blower motor switch or blower motor resister. Resistor ?Heater Blower Motor Switch Removal Remove the battery (10655) ; refer to Section 414-01 . Remove the battery tray. Remove the screws. Remove the battery tray. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch resistor connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor (18591). Remove the two screws. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor. ----------------------------------- Switches Removal Disconnect the battery ground cable. Remove the center trim panel; refer to Section 501-12 . Remove the control assembly. Remove the screws. Remove the control assembly. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch knob. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector. Disconnect the A/C-heater function selector switch connector. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the screw. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the temperature control switch knob. Disconnect the temperature control switch connector. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the screw. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the heater blower motor switch knob. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch (18578). Remove the screw. Remove the heater blower motor switch. ----------------------------

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1999 expedition 5.4L eddy bauer


check fuses,check power and ground at blower motor.if the blower has only one speed it will mean a resistor is shot.an easy test if blower is not working at all is to turn blower on hi and tap on the bottom of blower motor with hammer if the blower motor kicks in then you know the motor is the problem.if the motor still does not work,the wiring to the switch and the switch will need to be tested,if the wiring and switch are ok,then replace the blower motor.

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