Did you check the little box in front of the fuse box that houses 2 fuses? One of these is responsible for the blower motor, however the motors are prone to failure so you may be in need of a new motor. Try the fuse first! If none of the obvious fuses solve the problem, it's possible your climate control head has been overloaded by a shorted auxilliary circulation pump. The pump is designed to keep water moving through the heater core when the motor is at low rpm's. It's located on the firewall, directly behind the motor. Remove the power cord to take it out of circuit. Now the bad news. Newer versions of the climate control system have an automatic overload protector, and will immediately come back once the pump is disconnected. Older versions have a fuse. Getting to that fuse requires removing the control panel from the dash. The fuse is on the back side of the control unit.
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Replaced many blower modules ( in engine compartment ) from that year. Check it out.
The blower motor, or blower motor relay is probably out.
where is heater blower relay for 1989 BMW 535I
Check to see if you are getting power to motorIf so motor is defectiveIf not check fuses and relay
First check the fuses. If the fuses are okay I would suspect the switch and plug had a meltdown or the blower motor itself is shot. If it was the blower speed resistor that was shot you would still have high speed.
Check your fuses.
Well in my case (91) previa the connection inside f the blower housing had vibrated loose.
Go to an auto parts store and ask them to link up to the Jeep's computer.
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor--if so, bad blower motor If no power- perhaps bad resistor pack at blower motor Bad switch?
Depends on the year. You could try the resistor first since it is the cheapest. If not that, then check the fuses, relays and wiring to the control head. Then lastly, change the motor.
If power is getting to blower: Check for ground Hot wire motor to see if it works--if not replace blower Check the thermal resistors in the blower/fan assembly. Better buy them at your Honda dealer. Its not that expensive.
If you have checked the blower motor and it does function when power is applied then I would suspect the Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective. It is also possible the blower motor speed control is bad, but highly unlikely.
Start by checking the fuses, then the fan relay. If they are ok, then check the switch, the fan resister and the blower motor.
Check the fuses first and the blower relay.
Ok..I figured it out. Turns out the rear defroster is the problem. When I unplugged it from the back windshield, blower/heater works great!! So...to all those out there..if your blower motor blows fuses...check the blower motor first...then the HVAC and heater fuses, then rear defroster if you have a cavalier!
The air blower and the cruise control are completely powered by separate fuses. It is possible that both have blown fuses.
Check all the fuses and relays first. If they all appear to be in good working order, then you'll have to get to the blower motor. Could be a short or the motor could be bad.
i have fuses for a Mercedes 2002 s500
change indicator flasher canit is under dashthere are 2, one for indicators and 1 for hazards
See if you are getting power to the motor - if so motor is bad - if not could be a bad switch
try changing the fuses for the blower or maybe the motor blower itself or the blower resistor.....................
If that is the ONLY thing not working it is probably not the fuse although I would check fuses first. 3 locations for fuses on my 1998 E320 and read the legends carefully.
Assuming you have no speeds including HI I would check for power at the connection at the blower motor with ignition and switches on. If you have power the motor is shot. If you have no power go back and check the fuses. If the fuses are good check the switch and electrial plug at the switch for damage. If the blower motor speed resistor was burned out you would still have HI speed.