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The label in the under hood fuse panel cover is missing. i am trying to find which relay to replace to get the blower motor working.

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With car turned OFF, turn on blower. Should not work. Take wire going to blower and wire it to negative of battery. Pull the fuse you think is it. Check both terminals of fuse socket for a ground. One will show. Pull the wire from the negative post of the battery and it will clear. There is your fuse.

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Note that fuses blow for a reason - seek out the reason, or it will blow its new fuse too.

The main fuse block is located inside the left side of the engine compartment near the battery. There is also an interior fuse panel located just above the left side kick panel.

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The interior fuses simply unplug from the fuse panel. Use the fuse puller tool provided with your car to remove fuses from the panel. The tool is located on the back of the interior fuse panel cover.


(2) possible blower motor dead. See maintenance manual excerpt below.

(3) possible blower motor relay faulty. Location of Blower relay:
Under hood, drivers side, front engine area,rear of headlight housing; relay mounted on drivers side of radiator shroud.


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See Figure below

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the glove box and the underdash cover.
  3. Detach the electrical connectors from the blower unit.
  4. Remove the blower unit-to-fire wall attaching bolts and remove the blower unit assembly.
  5. Remove the blower motor fan-to-motor fastener.
  6. Remove the blower motor-to-unit attaching bolts, then remove the motor.
  7. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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I am trying to figure out which relay is for the front blower motor. anyone know?


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Look ion the INSTRUMENT PANEL Fuse Box, there are two blower motor relays and two fuses, look on the inside of the relay cover for a diagram. The relay you are looking for should be labeled FRONT BLOWER MOTOR RELAY and the rear one should say AUXILIARY BLOWER MOTOR RELAY.
The TWO fuses with the same name on passenger compartment fuse box check:
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  • fuse #36 30A fuse. AUXILIARY BLOWER RELAY

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The service light on my 1996 Saturn SL1 came on and right after my A/C completely cut off (no air hot or cold will blow out any more) I checked my fluids added coolant and oil and the service light went...


Air would still blow yes..You should go to an auto parts store(advance, autozone) and ask them if they could run the codes for your check engine light(obd scanner hooks up driver side under hood latch)..Might shed some more light on the issue.. There is a blower motor under your glove box on passenger side. Its likely its either not getting any power or it is burnt up and needs replacement..it has a cover over it.
1.remove cover
2.find where power hooks up and disconnect
3.turn on switch for air to blow
4.test voltage coming though connecter to blower moter(voltometer)
If there is no power coming though connecter, problem would be electrical before blower motor. If blower motor is recieving power but not working it should be replaced.

///////keep in mind. if its a fuse or relay..this could be a huge waste of time..i believe there is a relay for the blower motor. Should be under passenger side kick panel..one of the black labeled cubes. also..blower motor cover is likely to fall apart if your not careful..has a foam insulater inside.

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Hi ya, i just inquired about my blower motor, is the relay and switches and everything under the dash or under the hood,


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Dodge Dakota Blower Motor Resistor Location:

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Dodge Dakota with a complaint of no blower operation. After unplugging the harness connector and removing the two screws, you could remove and examine the resistor coils for damage. The heat and subsequent rust damage are clearly visible in the picture below.

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I am tring to replace the blower resistor, can you tell me where it is located on my 1994 oldsmobile 98


The blower motor resistor is under the hood.On the back wall.You will see a plastic black panel and it should say fuses and relays.Remove the panel and there will be some fuses and relays.Below the relays and fuses you will find the resistor.There are 2 10mm nuts on each side of the relay center.Remove these and you will see the resistor connector.Remove the 2 screws and pull the resistor up.If your blower motor is not working.Before you replace the resistor try tapping on the blower motor while the system is on.If it comes on then the blower motor is bad.Good luck.

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