My AC /Heater fan stopped running. It ran real slow for awhile and then stopped all together. I tried to check the fuse under the hood but could not get it out. Do you think it is the fuse, relay or need a new blower. I am 53 female and I ty to do al my work if I can.
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Generally speaking, you can run the engine with or without the heater connected and it should make no difference in cooling the engine. I wonder if the engine is actually running above 220 degrees. Do you know where the steam or smoke is coming from ? It could be a leak rather than actual overheating.
you may have a blown fuse,check the fuses under the hood,you may also find another fuse box under the dash check them too, if no blown fuses it could be the fan switch is faulty or the fan motor is faulty.....hope this helps.....cheers
check the "blower motor fuse" "heater fuse" and ac fuse and relay. these will be located under the dash on the drivers side usually mounted near the foot rest next to the door AND under the hood along the fender on the passenger side.
There is a fuse panel under the dash on the driver's side and the maxi-fuse box is under the hood on the driver's side. If the fuses are good, it is probably the blower fan which is located under the dash on the passenger's side. (Behind the glove box.)