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No blower heater working ihave checked fuses and replaced switch but no joy !

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Blower motor does not work replaced the blower motor, resister, fan switch and relay still does not work


blower , heater dead.?
use a voltmeter, and find out what is wrong, in minutes.
first check voltage to the blower,
on fan high.
got voltage there. then the blower is bad.
no voltage there, then its not the blower bad. its controls or power feed.
my guess is you dont know that fuses that look good can in fact be bad.?>
old post. but here goes.
of lost, use a schematic, they tell you how the circuit works.
click here
on TJ
then heater........
FSM
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

shows 7 things can be wrong. (omg what to do, use a meter)

now click A/C heater page.
same FSM.
got 12vdc to both JB fuse 8 and PDC fuse , keyon,
both sides of fuse must be 12vdc or the fuse is BAD.
got 12vdc to blower relay pin 1, (bad relay if not, or?)
if you have 12vdc on pin1 then then check voltage at
blower B wire,
if wires is at 12vdc that means the blower switch is bad.
if the wire to the switch C3 pin C is 12vdc that means the ground to the heater control is open. correct that
if the pin C3pin C is 0v, that is good, if switch is on high
and the C1 pin A is 12v, that means the switch is bad, or wires to it cut
or the connectors to IT are corroded.

just a $10 walfart DMM meter, and bam , why is know.
no guessing or pulling out hair.
as you can see the dash heater switch grounds the blower.
if it can not ground the motor, the motor will be dead.
that is how it works.

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Smack it and see if it comes on. If it does then the motor brushes are bad. If it does not come on, check the fuses. If the fuses are ok, check the voltage on the plug to the motor.

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1. Check engine coolant.
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3. Check electronic control valve.
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The problem lies within one of these four possible issues. =)

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REPLACE THERMOSTAT.IF ALREADY DONE.CHECK HEATER BLOWER MOTOR SEE IF POWER GOING TO HEATER BLOWER MOTOR.IF YES BLOWER MOTOR BAD.IF NO POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR CHECK AC AND HEATER CONTROL FUSE AND CHECK BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY IF ALL IS GOOD CHECK SEE IF POWER GOING TO AC AND HEATER CONTROL SWITCH IF YES THE AC AND HEATER CONTROL SWITCH COULD BE BAD.

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Heater does not work


Check heater fuse.
If fuse good - could be a failure of the blower fan motor or blower control switch.
If fuse bad - bad blower fan motor could have blown the fuse.
DO: check fuse, then blower motor.
Pricing: new blower motor: Duralast PM270 $43.99
new heater control switch: Duralast SW229 $46.99 (without
A/C).
I'd expect your blower resistor to be good - when they fail, the blower only will work on HIGH setting.

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If this occurs in all positions, check fuse, check for power at the fan motor, if power in all positions replace motor. if no power at fan and fuse is good, check blower motor resistor and blower motor control switch. Replace as required

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1995 Jeep Cherokee AC blower doesn't work. Replaced blower resister, blower, and Aux fan fuse and still it doesn't work. I'm running out of things to check. Original problem was that blower was screeching...


do you have feed to blower motor ?? sorry CSI is coming on TV now and er indoors is screaming that i spent too long on here '¡'¡'¡'¡'¡ usual ----typical woman ,if you have her i will throw my jag in the deal for free

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