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Sounds like a failed blower motor resistor, located on the side of the motor housing.
You will find the blower motor on the passenger side footwell of the car. Access by either under the glovebox compartment, or else by removing the glovebox completely.
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That or else you have a failed actuator or cable mount for changing the directional flow of air in the system. This will be determined whether its a manual turn knob on the climate control unit or else an electronic system. If electronic , be sure that the flap control actuator is working and moving the flaps on the heater manifold correctly .
Posted on Apr 16, 2019
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Posted on Apr 16, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to replace the motor and resistor at the same time. The motor is not turning freely enough and will build up resistance in the wire and this will short out the resistor relay. I sold a lot of resistors working at a Isuzu dealer and if you did not replace the motor, the new resistor had no warranty on it. So if you just replace the resistor relay you will burn it up again.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
There is a vent door actuator motor,that operates the vent door top bottom vent.It is most likely on the bottom of the blower box,near the center of the dash underneath.And the blower only going to high speed,and no low speeds,is either the blower motor resister,or the blower motor relay is stuck.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
there is a blower motor resistor that cuts the voltage for the different fan speeds. this is most likely the culprit. check autozone.com, you can get access to location and wiring diagrams to be more familiar with it. you have to register and it's free. the switch or wiring might also be bad, when in the high position, the switch effectively bypasses any resistor. although the voltage still runs through the assembley. a repair manual is you best option
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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