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Re: blower motor does not turn on until I tap box by
That sounds like you have bad connection to the blower motor or the speed control resistor or the blower motor itself.
If the motor does not run with the heat control at maximum then your blower has worn out brushes, which needs replacing, may be easier to get a blower motor from a breakers yard and replace the whole blower assembly. Check the ocnnectors first.
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YES THERE IS A RESISTOR BUT IT IS CALLED A BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR. IT IS LOCATED ON THE PASSANGER SIDE UNDER THE GLOVE BOX BESIDE THE BLOWER MOTOR. IT WILL BE A THREE WIRE PLUG IN. IT WILL ALSO HAVE THREE LITTLE SCREWS TO REMOVE TO GET IT OUT.
to replace the blower motor on this car requires a great deal of patience because some of the screws are hard to remove, but if you take your time and patience you will get it out. the blower motor is located on passanger side of vehicle under the glove box
The blower motor is located under your glove compartment on the passengers side.Remove the grey piece being held in by 3 plastic fasteners. Its the piece with the light for the passanger flour board in it. You will see the bottom of the blower motor. You will have to remove 3 screws, a wire plug and a rubber hose that just pulls off to get the motor out.The blower motor is located right behind the glove box.--------Thanks.Helpmech.
You have a problem with the resistors on your blower motor. 95% of AC/Heater blower motors are located under the glove box in the passanger foot well. When you remove the motor you should see a resistor plate. Resistors are not servicable and will need to be replaced. This is a relatively cheap part, that you can replace yourself if your handy, if not take it to your local tech.