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1999 A4 Heater fan not working! How do i get at it? How do you take out glove box out of dash?

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CHECK BLOWER MOTOR RHEOSTAT IN BLOWER HOUSING/ RHEOSTAT CONTROLS BLOWER SPEEDS

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Where is the AC/Heater Control Actuator located?


Hi Joymar, The EATC module is mounted to the heater box under the dash,below the radio,to the right of HVAC controls. access through glove box opening.[remove glove box] look for module with wire & vacuum connections.if you see a linkage arm or rod,those are actuators,follow vacuum lines to control module.an actuator won't cause the fan to run,they control air flow.Automatic temp system modules are known to fail. Best O'Luck

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I have a 1999 cadillac catera the heater is not heating but the fans work also the air works great


there is a actuator that opens the vent door at the heater core box that is bad, when its closed it allows cold air 2 pass when its open it allows hot air 2 pass. Its behind the radio next 2 the glove box . The actuator is very hard 2 replace but you can access it from the passenger side floor area with some work and disconnect it so you can tie the door open , otherwise your gonna need 2 take out the dash. I would recommend taking it 2 the dealer but that wont be cheap

Nov 21, 2011 | 1999 Cadillac Catera

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Where is the blower fan moduel is it hard to get to


It is under the dash behind the glove box. It is not real hard. Remove the glove box, remove the lower instrument panel brace, remove the heater motor/A/C hose, disconnect the connector from the blower motor assembly, (If equipped, disconnect the A/C blower motor speed control electrical connector) remove the screws holding the blower assembly to the heater/A/C housing, remove blower assembly. Reverse order to install.

Dec 22, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Villager

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Heater fan stopped working


Most of the time the fan relay is bad. You can bump the dash on the passenger side next to the glove box and sometimes that will cause the relay to close and the fan will start. You have to bump it pretty hard. The relay is behind the dash, next to the glove box.

Dec 13, 2010 | 1999 Buick Century

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1999 dodge caravan,my heater fan only goes on at #4,its was working fine yesterday,any suggestion thx.


It is the blower motor resistor located behind the dash glove box. Take the glove box out to access and change. It is mounted on/into the fire wall.
Very easy to access, remove and install a new resistor.

Dec 09, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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Air condition fan switch works only in postions 3 and 4.


Sometimes these resistors are located under the passenger side dash under or behind the glove box, the resistor is located on the side of the heater box if the heater box can be found.

Aug 04, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier

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I have a 99 intrepid, the blower motor works when it wants to. when working works great, ive pulled the motor out and hooked to power, works great. could it be one of the switches?


Replace the fan resistor under the dash most likely in the area of the glove box underneath, it is screwed into the side of the heater box

Jul 16, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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Fan only works on high speed


If you are talking about the early 99 which is the MK3 style then I can point to the switch that you are turning on the dash. Poor design which will melt the contacts and cause overheating. You can remove the button by pushing a tab on the bottom and look at the contacts. Turn the switch and push on the copper contacts and see if you get any other speed. Watch out the contacts get hot. The other choice would be the resistor pack located in the heater assembly behind the glove box.

Mar 11, 2009 | 1999 Volkswagen Jetta

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Heater does not blow out any air


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.)

Oct 25, 2008 | 1999 Mercury Sable

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Heater fan only works intermittently, Usual faulty when raining.


mine was the same 1999 a4 1.8se avant, i replaced the fan from gsf car parts £46 take out the glove box, and its there it unscrews and 1 plug then its out i had never done one before and it took me an hour and a half, when its intermitant like that its on its way out, mine works fine now, you could also just replace the pollen filter which sits on top of it first if you want but would recomend replace fan aswell , regards jim

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