My blower does not blow air at all they say it was the blower
Needs to be properly diagnosed, it can be a fuse, it can be debris stuck in the wheel of the motor preventing it from turning. Pull it out and check it, sometimes kids stick the weirdest things into the vents. A jam would cause the blowr fuse to blow though. Some cases the actual motor does burn out. It can also be the head unit not switching, but that is less likely. It does not sound like a resistor because most resistors break in the high position. The first thing I would do is check for good ground and positive feed at the blower motor by turning the vechicle to the on position and the blower in the high position and with the blower connection disconnected, check to see if the blower is getting 12 volts from both the terminals. If they have voltage then check the bad blower for debris.
Feb 09, 2016 |
Cars & Trucks