Question about 2000 Isuzu Trooper
Ok, you need to check firstly that the motor is ok - probably is fine. Make up two long ish wires with female insulated spade terminals on. The wire needs to be able to carry 20A, so at least 2mm core. Remove plastic connector and replace with the spade terminals. Connect two wire ends to 12v source (cigarette socket or 12v battery) either way round. If you get spark and then the blower starts, its fine.
If not, dead motor. The motor assy is held in with 4 screws, upwards. Its very easy to see and remove if you lie on the passenger footwell facing upwards with a torch. NO PANELS NEED REMOVING!
If motor ok, then unlikely to be feed or switch. Remove the glove box (two screws at the bottom, visible just by looking at bottom with door open.) then remove the plastic panel. Its held by one plastic clip down the side, four screws visible, and pain in the backside, one or two screws behind the centre dash plastic. You will need to remove the radio, then the two screws upwards in the black plastic centre pannel (above the radio fascia) and one at the bottom between ashtray and socket. Then the panel will pull firmly forward (four plastic hidden spring clips)
Now you can see the screw holding the panel.
Remove the panel, and you will see a five way multiconnector dissapearing into the blower/heater housing. This is the resistor panel. Its held in with two screws. Remove it. If you are brave you can open it up, but you can make things worse - though if your only other option is a new one, cant hurt!
These are sometimes resolderable, with good soldering kit, but not always.
I can repair these if needed...email me
scj103 at stuartjohnson.org.uk
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Yeah i have a trooper and my mechanic just hit the blower with a monkey wrench and it came back on. haven't replaced it for a while. good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
The blower is located under the glovebox,turn car and blower on,
and hit under the dash several times, if blower works , then it needs to be replaced, its just three or four screws that can be seen under the dash, good luck.
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