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Blower motor does not work on first 2 lo speeds. Is there a diode for the switch or some other electrical problem.

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Hi,
You need to change the blower resistor located behind the blower
motor under the glove compartment

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What is an AC diode fuse? I have a 2006 AWD Pontiac Torrent the AC/Heat doesn't work, I've changed all fuses for the HAVAC and still no AC/Heat blowing out of vents. What could be the problem?


Could be a number of thing's ! Testing the electrical circuit is the way to find out what's wrong . Using a wiring diagram and a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter . Videos on youtube showing how to test it ! Without testing i would only be guessing . Does it work in high speed ? In high speed it by-passes the resistor . If it doesn't work in any speed more then likely the blower motor is the problem !
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The HVAC control assembly applies ground to the blower motor control circuit that corresponds to the selected blower speed. The resistors and the blower motor are in a series circuit. The following list represents the number of resistors in series with the blower motor per particular speed request:
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If all your fuses are OK.....

Find where the blower motor is- on most vehicles it is in the right knee area of the passenger side up front... sometimes it is on the passenger side under the hood. If you cannot find it, set the blower speed to low, turn on your key, but do not start the car (don't do this for more than a few minutes, because it can drain your battery). Follow the motor sound....

If the motor has only two wires going to it, the problem is probably with either the blower speed switch or the blower speed control relay. Sometimes, a 2 wire blower CAN wear out in a way that it will only run on low, but you can eliminate that possibility....

With a 2 wire blower, you can check the motor by running a set of jumper wires from a battery to the blower and see if it comes on full speed. First, connect a voltmeter across the connector so you know which side gets + and which gets -. If you are not comfortable with doing this yourself, by all means get a friend with experience or a mechanic to show you how.

If the motor has a bunch of wires going to it, the problem is probably the blower motor itself. These can be very expensive, and your best bet is to shop around online for one.

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the blower motor is going. It's drawing too much current and taking out the resistor pack. It has a thermal limiter that melts when the resister gets too hot. Repalce motor and resistor.

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