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Heater does not work but if you use a tester the blower motor does work

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Check your fuse.

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theres a speed resistor close to the fan it is blown ,,unplug and check for power and jump across will give you one speed

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Check the plug on resistor block for corrosion. If not corroded replace the resistor block. If it is corroded replace the block and get a new plug at the same time.

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SOURCE: 1999 vw heater blower dont work

My daughter has a 99 Beetle GL and the A/C and fan went out. It's the A/C haeadunit that needed to be replaced. The switches short out and you have to replace the whole piece. VW charges about $225 for the part Hope that helps

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Sounds like the blower motor resister went bad. It is located under the hood on the passengers side firewall above/behind the strut tower. It's kinda tricky to remove though. Unplug the wire harness to it and pull on it a little, while pulling try to get behind it on the left and right side with your finger tips and depress inwards on the clips that hold it in. Might have to make up a couple of bent screwdrivers to get in there. Buy the part and look at it and you'll see what you have to depress to remove the old one. The new one you just have to put the gasket on it and snap it into the hole. Good luck and I hope this was helpful.

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SOURCE: heater blower motor not working, fuses all good

replace blower motor resistor module.very common problem.I've replaced hundreds in my 25yrs working with G.M.

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I would first check the fuse for power with the key on. Check both sides to make sure it's at least receiving power. You can use a cheap tester that lights up for the check.

IF the fuse checks OK then it's time to check the blower switch or make sure the heater selector isn't in the "OFF" position.

On some GM vehicle the heater control selector that lets you adjust from floor, to defrost, to dash vents, etc. has an "OFF" position when the selector is adjusted to the far left.

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check your fuses sometimes when a blower motor goes out or gets replaced it pops a fuse if this does not turn out to be the problem its probably the power connection to the blower motor itself make sure the ground wire got placed back on the motor and has a good connection to the body and the power wire is free of corrosion and has a good connection

if this doesn't work get a 12v tester light from your local Walmart Kmart Target there about 5.00 place the ground on the body and push the sharp end into the power wire for the blower motor make sure the a/c switch is on. the tester light should come on if it doesn't check connection to the body / ground and try again if the light comes on there is power and the motor may be bad or have a bad connection if it does not you must have a blown fuse or a problem with the power switch

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