Question about 2003 Honda Pilot
If you have the automatic system, you will need to retrieve Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)'s. If fuse #3 (7.5A) in the drivers underdash fuse/relay box is good, it could be a poor ground at G401. Try jumping #2 terminal (blue/red wire) at blower motor 2P connector to a good ground. If the motor runs at high speed, with the ignition switch on, the problem could be with the power transistor connection. If the motor doesn't run at all, the problem could be with the relay, the motors, or the related wiring and/or connections. A factory service manual is required for the identification of wires circuits and connectors.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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