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2008 Scorpio my Ac fan not wotking but put 1 234 Ac compressor working fan not working before put 1 speed only this problem but now all speed not working

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heater controls could be gone

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The blower motor resister is located next to the fan under the passenger side dash. You will have to remove the glove box and plastic cover under the dash to expose the blower motor. the resister is next to the blower motor.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: AC blower only works on #5 fan speed. Compressor will not engage

evaporator board needs replacing located inside blower area under dash

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SOURCE: Heater fan has sto pped

First look to see if you have a fuse for the blower motor...then you will want to disconnect power to the fan an jump 12 volts to the fan motor to see if it works...if ok, then there is a speed control resistor that sometimes goes bad located on the heater assembly...It is usually right past the fan so the fan can keep it cool and has 4 or more wires on it. if all else ok then last would be the switch inside car

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SOURCE: Fan only works high speed.

I have the same problem on my 1999 Jetta have you gotten any responces yet if you do please email me the solution rohintz@gmail.com Thank you Rick

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I'm getting an intermittent loud flapping sound when the AC is turned on my 2009 Smart ForTwo


Question. Is the flapping at a very fast pace that would indicate the speed of a fan blade hitting something? If so, you may be on to something there such as a misplaced gasket or something has dropped/fallen into the blower box via a vent.

If it is not that speed then see the following..

Hope I can give you some direction. Speaking from a generic sense all ac/heaters these days have a door or doors in the blower box that control air flow from the main part of the box to different positions when you ask for vent, heater, mix, defrost etc..

Most these days are operated with a small electric servo/motor and unfortunately the mostly have plastic gears that wear and can "thump-thump" as the motor cycles trying to open or close the flapper door.

Try to change the air direction from Max AC to regular ac to heater, defroster, bi-level etc all with the AC switch in the on position if you have a separate on/off switch.

Listen to the sound and see if it comes and goes with a different location of the selector switch.

One last question. Does it happen at idle or driving down the road at any particular speed?

Lets start with that and see what happens. This is interesting.

Good luck!

May 28, 2014 | 2008 Smart fortwo

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I have a Grand Vitara Suzuki 2008. Aircondition stop generating cool air. what could be the reason. car has 14,000 km and since last check I have travelled 1000 km


AC dead. all the time? truly all times.
1: does the fan blow? full speed.
2: does AC work on a hot day and a cold started engine? y/n
3: did you check the freon pressure, with the cheap refill kit
that has a gauge with the kit and hose.
is the gunge reading zero?
4: you start engine, and open hood and look at the AC compressor.
is the fan belt to that compressor turning, or is the belt missing.
if turning is the AC pulley spinning, that is not just the pulley but the
compressor front part and its main shaft, are they spinning.?
if not the AC clutch is disengaged.
if disEngaged, that means the AC logic box, is not happy.
The AC logic box can shut down the AC for 4 or more reasons.
and to find that , I stop here.
the fsm shows the pins on the logic box to see with logic input is failing.
on my car, its:
1: A/C on , switch is off.
2: fan not on, or power to it dead, no fan the logic cuts the compressor so the core dont freeze up and crack.
3: engine overload
4: engine overheat.
5: freon pressure too high.
6: freon pressure too low.
7: too cold outside, so shuts down , has to be extreme cold, RTM.
at the least. all this logic functions, save fuel and save other parts
from damage. and huge costs.

that is it for today, one more unsolved.

Aug 05, 2013 | 2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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2008 HONDA CR-V HEATER/AC FAN STOPPED WORKING. FAN SPEED INDICATOR WORKS. BUT NO AIR COMES OUT OF DASH VENTS AND NO FAN SOUND.


possibly the blower speed resistor has burnt out . call an auto parts store and see if they carry the kind you need for replacement

Dec 03, 2012 | 2008 Honda CR-V 2.2i

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Compressor and fans do not turn on until rev engine


I passed this question the first time I read it, so I will take a stab at it now.
The fans don't come on until the compressor has pumped the freon pressure up to say 150 or 200 psi. And the compressor clutch has to have voltage to engage the clutch.
I wonder if the clutch is going and needs 14 volts instead of 12 to engage ? Or the relay that powers the clutch ?
Speeding up the engine would increase voltage from the alternator.
This is assuming the serpentine belt is tight and everything else is working correctly.
I think I would swap the relay with another and put a meter on that circuit to the ac clutch to see what it takes to engage it.

Jul 24, 2012 | 1992 Buick Regal

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2008 Honda Odyssey AC fan works on low and med speeds but no high speed blower


There should be a high speed blower relay that bypasses the resistor for slower speeds.
Check with an auto parts store or the dealer.

Jun 23, 2012 | 2008 Honda Odyssey EX-L

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Heater fan has sto pped working. The car still lets heat in the cabin when control is turned up. Blower is not wotking. 2008 VW Rabbit.


First look to see if you have a fuse for the blower motor...then you will want to disconnect power to the fan an jump 12 volts to the fan motor to see if it works...if ok, then there is a speed control resistor that sometimes goes bad located on the heater assembly...It is usually right past the fan so the fan can keep it cool and has 4 or more wires on it. if all else ok then last would be the switch inside car

Dec 27, 2010 | 2008 Volkswagen Rabbit

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AC blower only works on #5 fan speed. Compressor will not engage


evaporator board needs replacing located inside blower area under dash

Oct 05, 2009 | 2004 Honda Odyssey

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AC not working


check fuses and relays and then to see if it has gas in it

Aug 08, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki Vitara

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The ac won't work right


The first knob controls the temperature. Turning it counterclockwise will lower the temperature, clockwise will raise it. Pressing the button will turn on the circulate function (recirculates the air from the cabin).
The second knob controls the fan speed. Counterclockwise will reduce the fan speed, clockwise will increase it. Pressing the button activates the A/C compressor (allows colder temperatures).
The third knob controls the flow direction. Each picture indicates where the flow will go. Pressing the button activates the rear defoggers (in some models, it will also activate the heated side mirrors).

Jul 06, 2008 | 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS CVT Sedan

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