Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
Your resistor pack has failed. Not sure where it is on your car, but sometimes you can see it along the firewall with several wires connecting. The resistors poke into the A/C duct for cooling. Take it out and see if it looks fried.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
U need a blower motor resistor
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blower fan
Sounds like the problem is more with the blower motor assembly itself. The blower motor have micro-proccers built itnto them which comunicate with the control heads and do the actual regulating of the fan motor. Dealers have computers with diagnostic software which allows them to monitor what is happening in the eletronic controls of the vehicle. Electronic diagnostics without the diagnostic software makes it very diffecult to pinpoint the actual item causing the problem.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: Blower motor has only high speed
This is a common problem with ALL cars. You likely have a failed blower resistor. The resistor controls the speed of the blower motor. There is a very slim chance it is the control head assembly, but 95% chance it is the resistor. One last thing, the most common cause for the blower resistor to fail is that the blower motor itself is pulling excessive amperage and damaging the resistor. I would check the amperage draw of the blower motor if you have the ability, if not, replace the resistor and hope for the best. If the new one fails in short order, you'll have to replace the blower motor as well. Mopars have a tendency to melt the resistor connector as well. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Heat limiting capacitor is blown on low side. Limits excessive heat to components. Three capacitors on one board. One is constant. One runs two lower speeds and other runs two higher speeds. Need to replace. Follow wire from blower motor back towards center of vehicle. The capacitor is approx. 1.5" X 2.5" and is mounted with two screws. Simply remove plug and two screws, pull out capacitor. Replace with new in reverse order. Did last year. Part was relatively cheap and easy to replace. You do have to be somewhat limber to fingers and tools under there.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Volvo V70 climate control
Most common cause of this problem is a bad climate control power stage. The power stage control the speed of the blower fan on different settings, if it goes bad it defaults to full blast. There is a small chance the climate contro lunit itself is bad but more than 90% of the time, it is the power stage. It is located near the blower fan under the dash in the passenger footwell area. It makes it much easier to remove the glove box and knee bolster as well as the cover panel. It is rectangular in shape about 1.5" x 3" and black.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Problem with blower motor is the blower motor resistor. They are usually located next to the blower motor, a couple of screws and a couple of plugs and your done. Autozone sells them for around $30 each. Wipers you may want to check for relays under the hood in the fuse block. There may be 2 relays 1 for low and 1 for high. I have switched relays from other working accesories and got wipers to work. Sometimes bad connection.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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