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Need to replace the heater blower resistor in a Honda Element

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SOURCE: 1994 Honda Accord heater nor A/C will not blow air

if your not getting any air coming out of the vents then your problem is your blower motor. test the wire harness to see if its getting power,if it is then your blower motor is bad if its not getting power then check your relay.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: The heater blower doesn't run. Checked continuity

Switch is most likely the culprit...this starts to get tough, if you can't locate a switch at a local junkyard...Personally, I'd have it DIAGNOSED at the dealership ($40-50)...Then, take it to a mechanic for repair or do it yourself.
Good Luck

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to get to the heater blower behind the

Remove the screws on the glove box, then on the side of the dashboard you will see two caps. Remove the caps and you will see two nuts that you have to remove. once you have removed the bolts, you can remove the straps on the blower and evaporator. once you remove the straps have some one help you lift the end of the dashboard up carefully to give you room to remove the blower. and disconnect the connectors. You will have to play a little bit to remove because of the tight space.

Good Luck

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: heater is out, apparently motor blower is out.

Keep using it and see what happens. Might be ok. Does the motor sound different from before?

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 honda element. The ac,

First I would check to see if the blower motor connector is not loose and the wiring in that connector. I corrosion is seen clean it out with a mix of baking soda and water. It sure sounds like a loose connectiom for the display will light from any low voltage supplied although the blower needs full voltage to operate

Posted on Sep 18, 2011

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Its faulty blower motor resistor. The low and medium speed on blower motor is controlled by resistor and its actual speed is high. So because resistor is not working, blower motors actual speed which is high is working.


It can be faulty blower motor or faulty blower motor resistor. Get the blower motor inspected. If it's faulty it has to be replaced.


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For blower motor testing and replacing, check the link below: ----

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The Heater Blower On my Honda Civic 1997 Only works on the 2 High settings but Does not work on the lower settings please help


Hi, it could be the switch, but it's usually the resistor. Remove the glove box and unscrew the resistor from the top of the blower housing. Pull the resistor out and inspect for heat damage. If it looks good, please get back to me for test procedures. Otherwise, replace the resistor.

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Honda Accord 2002 heater blower control works only in the high position. The 1, 2, and 3 positions do not work but the high (4) does.


The heater blower is normally controlled by voltage sent to the blower via a resistor network.
In this case it seems that this unit also called the fan resistor is defective.
I assume that 4 is the position where the blower is running HIGH and in this position the blower is powered directly without using resistor for lowering the speed of the blower. In step 1 - 3 the blower is powered via the mentioned resistor network.

In my opinion the resistor network is defective.
Replace it !!!!.

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The heater not working.This problem is related to few possibilities 1) The thermostat can be faulty. 2) the heater blower motor resistor is faulty 3) The heater blower motor it self is faulty. ------------ The The blower resistor is behind glove-box on plenum.Connect the 12 volt battery directly to the heater blower motor and see,if the motor runs then its faulty resistor or thermostat.but if no motor running then its faulty motor. The thermostat is located at the top front of the engine.For easy access follow the top radiator hose.The top radiator hose goes in engine .Take that hose out and thermostat will be seen inside. --------- The thermostat and resistor are not very costly part.So you can directly replace them and see if its helping.First confirm motor is working,by directly by passing the blower motor to 12 volt battery. ------------ This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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The heater blower isnt working in my honda civic. i have replaced the control panel thinking it was that, but it still does not work there seems to be a live feed to the blower unit.i took the blower unit...


Check fuses 13 and 37. Also check relay and resistor. The relay is usually in the engine compartment relay box. It should click when the blower switch is turned on. The resistor will show signs of burning if it's bad.


RESISTOR REMOVAL & INSTALLATION The blower resistor is located on the front of the blower housing.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the glove box assembly, if required.
  3. Disconnect the resistor wire connector.
  4. Remove the resistor attaching screws.
  5. Remove the blower motor resistor.
  6. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  7. Install the glove box if it was removed and connect the negative battery cable.
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Hi, you have to check blower motor resistor, it's a common problem on most vehicles..
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Hello saleh.
In your Honda there is a resistor that controls the blower speeds.
The resistor is partially burned out causing the loss of speeds.
Sometimes this can happen due to corrosion but it is also possible a warning that the blower motor is drawing too much power and burning the circuit.
The blower fan flow helps to cool the resistor as it does get hot from the resistance.
The resistor is mounted in the airbox on the right side below the dash. You may need to remove the glovebox to access it.

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