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I noted your question. You said that NOTHING is coming out of the VENT. Do you mean the interior vents normally for heat and air? Does air blow out of your dash defrost vent? Does blower motor work continuously? If so, I suggest that you check fuse panel at driver's door. If you have your owner's guide, look on pages 251 and 252. 251 shows your interior fuses. 252 shows description for Fuse #9 (10A). You have numerous 10A fuses. #9 is the lowest fuse perpendicular to Fuse #10 (15A). If it is blown, you have some sort of resistance in one of 4 things RUN BY THE FUSE. I went to my mechanic and he told me that the Blower Motor Control Resistor behind the glove compartment was bad. I replaced it (125 dollars) and it was not the problem. Check the fuse. Is it blown? Replace and the system may work normally. If it continues to blow please get back to me. If the system works after replacement, please respond.
it sounds as though the blower motor is shot.. that would be my guess if all the fuses are in check..have you checked the fuse box for a blown fuse for heat or a/c system? if they are fine then it would be the blower motor. fuses are easy and cheap enough to replace located usually in a compartment inside a vehicle side of dash open car door or under the dash remove panel and there will be a list of what the fuses control find the one that indicates heater or a/c and check for a blown fuse and if blown replace. hope this helps.
Check under dash in duct system for any vacuum hoses blown off then check under the hood on the passenger side of engine compartent.If all hoses are connected then you will have to check the heater blend door actuator and the heater blend door lever for proper operation.
Check fuse for blower motor, it is a 30amp fuse behind the plastic panel that is to the left of steering wheel, you must open the driver door, open up the fuse panel, I believe the 30amp is the only 30amp fuse in there, If it is blown replace it, then try the heat again. If nothing or fuse blows again, check the blower motor resistor. This is located under the glove compartment. Do a search on google if that is the case, I was able tofind a solution by putting in "blower motor resistor" ended up buying one for @ 30$.
these repairs are usually best left to an electromechanic but it can be doen by anyone with basic knowledge following the troubleshooting section in repair manual which can be purchase from local parts shop or online haynes or chiltons will do and get a multitester.
First check basics: are the fuses good to defrost blower? (fuse access refer to manual) then see if there is power to the blower/defrost switch use multi meter at 20V setting then see if there is power to blower unit under dash (see manual under interior section to access blower motor) probe using same setting to test for power on each wire ( as you turn blower setting from low to high you shuld notice the voltagre climbs aswell) if this checks out your blower motor is faulty replace and your good heres a few places to get the best deal on parts ebay.com Peach street autorecylcing 18003652341 www.godspeedmotorsportsonline.com