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Blower does not work on lower 3 settings in a/c or heat mode;it will work on high and the air and heat do work

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It will be a bad heater blower resistor.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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I have a 2011 jeep and recently my heater has not been working. When it does it makes a rattling noise and it also does not heat the feet.


there are these things that must work first.
1: engine hot.
2: heater core hot.
3: blower runs full speed on high.
4:dampers working.

there are simple tests for each, do you want us to guess. or tell you
how to do tests.
first tests is
fan blows full speed, surely you know that sound and know flow
at all vents in all modes. did you try all modes> up, lower, both levels>
and do you get heat moving fast in, non recirc mode (fresh air )
do you, if yes, the core is working, check off #1 and 2
leaving blower.
if the blower makes noise, (using a $5 stethoscope) then it does
have problems. only you can tell us this fact we can not listen
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1999 suburban front blower stopped working


More than likely your blower motor resister went bad, that is what regulates the fan speeds

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Air condition and heat won't work


Check to see if you are getting voltage to the blower motor if you are the motor is bad if not check the fan speed switch. 1 2 3 or low medium high if you get voltage going to the switch but not from replace the switch if you have voltage from switch check the blower motor resistor the although with the blower resistor you commonly have a high fan speed in the max setting and the lower speed settings don't work wich would make you think 1 2 3 are not working but 4 is. That is why it is best to check all parts to make sure the part you do replace needed to be replaced

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Heater fan only works on "high speed"


All cars are designed with a blower fan motor that pushes air through the ventilation system. This air is processed by a series of vents to direct the air to various positions. Example: heater, air conditioner and defrost modes. Most blower motors are power by a basic electrical circuit that utilizes a multi resistor or a solid-state resistor to control different fan speed modes (low, medium low, medium and high). If the resistor malfunctions it may lose one or more of the lower fan speed settings.
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My ac/heat nob on dash only works on High, but not the 3 lower speeds, Why?


sounds like your blower resister is burnt up ,it should be located near the blower in the air ducting ,normally undr and behind the glove box.

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Blower for ac/heat only work on lower 3 levels.


Check the blower motor resitor. Use a 12v test light at the switch and notice the bulb brightness change as you switch settings.. Probably have a bad blower resiter.

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Need a new blower motor resistor. Check under hood on firewall, on passenger side under cowl, behind strut tower area is usual spot. If not may be on housing/ducting under dash on passenger side near blower motor.

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It's heater controls r in limp mode,need to replace temp. resistor,located in heating ducts somewhere not familer with that exact model

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The blower motorresister is bad. It controls the blower speeds for low, medium speeds. It is in the air stream of the blower plenum, usually under the hood on the passenger side at the fire wall.

Usually held in with 2 screws and has a wire connector with 4 or 5 wires in it. You can do this repair. Part is available at most auto stores.

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