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2001 l200 heater motor doesn't run. Took controls out of the dash. I unplugged the connectors on the blower motor housing . Each had a burned spot . Any suggestions what's next? Any help appreciated

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SOURCE: Intermittent blower motor failure

A broken/burned motor winding will do exactly this. If you measure it when cold it will look good. The broken/burned winding will only open from heat expansion.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Saturn L200 blower motor does not work in highest switch pos

Blower motor resistor. Located next to/ near the blower motor itself. These are common failures for no high speed blower operation.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Saturn L200 Sedan blower motor relay location

it's by the firewall pass side in the plastic blower box. Multi wire plug and two screws are showing.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i test the blower motor resistor to see

hard to teast but if u only hav a couple of the blower speeds chances hav it that the resistor is faulty

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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SOURCE: were is the blower motor located on a 2001 saturn

under the dash on the passenger side. if i remember correctly it hangs straight down and is held in with 3 bolts, and has 2 wires going right into it.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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Before removing the heater switch on this 2006 citroen hdi I would first have the blower motor checked and the most common reason for this and other blower problems would be the blower resistor.

Your blower works on and off at times, first locate the blower motor and the resistor. the blower motor is located on the heater box, look under the pass/side of the dash, you may have to remove under dash cover to see blower.
When you have located the blower now look to the side on the heater box, there you will see a connector plug, it plugs into a connection on the heater box, this will be the resistor, the resistor slides into heater box and the end of it bolts to box to hold it in place and then the connector plugs into it, if you can not locate it then follow wires that plug into blower , follow wires back they will lead you to resistor,
next time blower does not work wiggle connector to resistor and see if blower turns on, if it does then resistor is the problem. also unplug resistor plug at resistor and check for any burning of connectors at plug and inside resistor.

I would bet its a bad resistor or the plug is brunt due to high draw from bad connections, if plug has burn damage to connectors then replace the plug along with resistor.

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If the fan will not run on ANY speed in your Grand Marquis, the problem is most likely NOT the control switch.

Check for power and ground at the blower motor connector. If power and ground is present, replace the blower motor. Otherwise, the problem is most likely a failed blower speed control module (VERY common). The blower motor speed controller is located in the A/C evaporator housing just below the heater hoses.

Note: It is also common for a bad blower motor to CAUSE the controller to go bad. You MAY have to replace BOTH.

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How to change blower motor in. 99 grand Cherokee


Check this procedure...Blower Motor Resistor and Controller Replacement


REMOVAL

1. Disconnect and isolate the batten' negative cable.

2. Depress locking tab and unplug the wire harness connector from the blower motor

resistor or controller (power module).

3. Depress locking tab and unplug the resistor or controller connector from the blower

motor.

4. Remove the 2 screws that secure the blower motor resistor or controller to the

heater-AC housing.

5. Remove the blower motor resistor or controller from the heater AC housing.


INSTALLATION

1. Install the blower motor resistor or controller to the heater AC housing. The

housing is indexed to allow (controller power module) mounting in only one

position. Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 Nm(20 in. Lbs.).

2. Plug in the wire harness connector to the blower motor resistor or controller.

3. Plug in the connector from the blower motor resistor or controller to the blower

motor.

4. Connect the batten' negative cable.

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2001 HYUNDIA SANTE FE BLOWER QUIT WORKING CHECKED FUSES STILL GOOD


If this is the Manual A/C type, there are two common occurances affecting blower operation.
1st, there is intermittent contact in the blower motor brushes. You can check this by locating the blower motor housing under the dash on the Right Hand side (Passenger Side). With the Ignition Key in the "ON" position, blower switch on "HIGH" firmly slap the housing with your hand. If the motor starts working, there's your problem. If it doesn't, rig up a 12 volt test light bulb and back-probe the connector to the blower motor - Does the light bulb turn ON? If so, then the problem is with the blower motor itself. If it DOESN'T turn on, then the problem is elsewhere (blower relay, blower control switch, or wiring to the motor or from the motor to ground.
Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #.. you'll then have access to wiring diagrams, shop manuals, service bulletins, campaigns, illustrations and procedures, etc.

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I need information on how to change my blower motor assembly on a 2001 jeep grand cherokee laredo 4x4 4.0


The blower motor is located under the right side of the dash in the A/C Heater housing. Disconnect blower cooling hose. Remove blower connector from retainer and unplug the connector. Remove the 3 blower motor screws and remove blower motor. Reverse procedure to install..


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I have a 1998 ford contour and the past few weeks i have smelt somewhat of a burning rubber odor.then all of a sudden my heat wont work any ideas? fuse looks good.looking for ideas before i start replacing...


If you aren't getting any airflow out of the heater, your blower motor had a sticky bearing and overheated until it blew its thermal fuse, the motor resistor burned out, or something fried in the heater-A/C controller.

I've never looked under the hood of a Contour, but many cars have the blower motor mounted on the engine side of the firewall, and some of these have the connector out there also. Otherwise, you'll have to crawl under the dash. Once you find the blower connector, you can test the system before you buy parts. First, unplug the blower connector, then (with the car turned on and set so the heater could run if it was working) check the voltage* between the connector pins and ground (not the motor half of the connector!). If you get voltage (which pin has voltage will depend on fan speed settings), then check the motor and any resistors mounted with it. If you don't, look for a separate blower motor resistor, then check the control if necessary.

*Use a voltmeter (preferred) or a small 12 V lightbulb. The "screwdriver spark draw test" used by some amateurs is potentially hazardous and destructive, especially if there are solid-state controllers in the circuit.

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How do i change blower motor resistor on 99 jeep grand cherokee


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Blower Motor Resistor and Controller Replacement

Image Blower Motor Resistor Or Controller/Power Module Remove/Install

REMOVAL

1. Disconnect and isolate the batten' negative cable.

2. Depress locking tab and unplug the wire harness connector from the blower motor

resistor or controller (power module).

3. Depress locking tab and unplug the resistor or controller connector from the blower

motor.

4. Remove the 2 screws that secure the blower motor resistor or controller to the

heater-AC housing.

5. Remove the blower motor resistor or controller from the heater AC housing.

INSTALLATION

1. Install the blower motor resistor or controller to the heater AC housing. The

housing is indexed to allow (controller power module) mounting in only one

position. Tighten the mounting screws to 2.2 Nm(20 in. Lbs.).

2. Plug in the wire harness connector to the blower motor resistor or controller.

3. Plug in the connector from the blower motor resistor or controller to the blower

motor.

4. Connect the batten' negative cable.

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It will be up under the dash on the passenger side near the blower motor. It will have 5 or six wires in its connector

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Heater blower not working


I would check the blower motor fuse first. If that's all fine, than check at the blower motor connector (behind the glove box). unplug the connector (white connector with 2 wires red and black I think) and unplug it. Turn the fan control ON. Get a DVOM (digital volt meter) or just a plain old analog meter and check across the connector. You should have some reading, while you are using the blower controls by the radio. The faster you wabt the blower motor to go the more voltage there willl be on the meter and vise versa. So in other words on full HIGH the meter should read about 12V. On LOW the meter will be down to 6V or so. The speed adjustment of the blower motor gets done by the "blower motor resistor" and the controler by the radio. Anyways, let me know what you find as far as the voltage goes at the blower motor. OR you can just turn on the control on high and tap the motor with something solid (hammer) and see if it comes on. I have a feeling that it will.

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Ok you have a bad blower speed controller if you have power to the motor.
It is located under the hood in the heater housing just below the heater core coolant hoses.
You will have to drain coolant.
Remove the nuts holding the Vapor Management valve and set it aside.
Remove coolant hoses to heater core.
Disconnect electrical connector to the blower speed controller,remove screws,pull it out of heater housing.

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