Question about 2004 Honda Odyssey
So far I thing it might be the blower motor resistor. I went to autozone to get one and only the dealer has these right now, about $72. The only problem is if it doesn't solve the problem the dealer won't accept a return for any electrical parts. But on the other hand, that would be a cheap a/c fix. This is the only part that I see a home mechanic could fix. Obviously the blower doesn't need to be replaced since it comes on high. The resistor controls the blower. That is what I'm going to do after the holiday weekend. Did you get yours fixed yet?
Have you thought you might have a bad fan speed switch? And you could have burned up the low speeds on your blower motor.(probably not that tho')
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