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Blower fans for the air conditioner in the enging caopartment are not working. Air is cool while car is traveling but blows hot at stop lights etc. Do not see fan relay in the block by the battery.

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  • arbcons Sep 11, 2010

    The compressor and other parts are less then a couple years old. It all started whe I had the oil changed at Jiffy Lube and they told me the battery tested weak. I replaced the battery an hour later on the next drive the air started getting hot while at a light but is cold when driving. So I checked the cooler fans and they were not running. When this happened in my Sunfire I just had to change a relay and bing it was working again.

  • arbcons Sep 13, 2010

    Getting no power to the cooling fans in the engine compartment. Do not see resistor for these fans in block by battery????

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It is either the cooling temp switch or the fans relays there are two relay, one for the regular fan and one for the air conditioning fan, check it.

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    ZJ Limited Sep 13, 2010

    The Relay - A/C Comp Throttle Cut-Off is located under hood, driver side, front side of strut tower, mounted front of wheelwell.

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This is a classic sign that your AC unit lost pressure. Your going to have to have the system tested to see what the pressures actually are. Being a 22 year old car there is a good chance the compressor seals are leaking and the compressor will need to be replaced.

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Check for 12-volts at the blower motor. If 12 volts is present, replace the blower motor. If not, check for a faulty relay or fan switch.Check the blower fan motor connections.If the connections are loose then it will not show 12 volt,even though it is good.There is a housing in which motor is mounted.that housing is sealed.You have to cut the housing to remove the blower motor.The blower motor is controlled by blower motor resistor.If the blower motor is tested fine and fan switch is checked ok then the blower motor resistor is faulty and has to be replaced. The other possibility can be clogged blower fan.Clean the dust around the fan and its spinning blades.Then see.

The blower is located behind the GLOVE BOX. Remove the GLOVE BOX and there will be 2 wires going into a plastic housing. In that plastic housing is where the BLOWER will be located.The fan relay is to the left of the fans, on the frame rail.The relay is controlled by the powertrain controller . Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation

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