Bottom left of the Driver's side - little box above the Fuel Pump Cut Off Switch.
Well, both the wipers and the blower could have a burned out fuse. Of course, they both could have a burned out motor. I would run a hot wire from the battery to the wipers and the blower motor. If they worked, I'd be looking for a fuse or bad switch.
your motor could have burnt up, or your relay could be bad, or you could have possibly have a wiring fault
If there is current going through the wire to the blower switch, try bypassing the switch with a jumper wire. If the blower motor works, then replace the switch. If the blower motor does not come on, then you probably need to replace the blower motor.
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It could be a blown 30 amp blower fuse, it could be a bad resistor pack, it could be a bad fan motor or it could be a faulty relay.
can be the heater blower motor resistor located in either the ductwork or under hood near blower motor on firewall
could possibly be the blower motor resistor. which is generally located on the passenger side under the dashboard by the blower motor.
The blower motor fuse has blown or the blower motor itself has blown. Change the fuse or replace the blower motor itself and you should be good.
91-96 Escorts are famous for the connector going into the blower resistor to melt.... mine throws an occasional spark... it is located under the passenger side of the dashboard and has 4 blue wires, each one thicker gauge than the last, for speeds 1,2,3,4 thin to thick
Could be the connector of your fan blower(vacuum) which is located beneath the glove compartment box. Or may be the blower is bad.
there are resistors located by blower motor. could be open. they control blower speed.
If the AC stopped blowing air on your 2003 Toyota Echo, the blower fuse could be to blame. If the fuse is fine, it might be the blower resistor that needs to be replaced.
heater fan blower motor is burn up not working need to replace it could also be a heater relay typically located on the fuse panel that needs replacing could also be the switch on the switch panel
On 03 silverados i belive the blower motor relay is internal to the blower motor resistor. i could be wrong though, check the underhood fuse/relay panel for one.
I have changed resistor a d blower motor still not working, maybe i missed a fuse or could the control switch not work?
You could have a bad blower motor or there is a resistor inside the blower motor housing which is located under the glove box on passenger side of car (where your feet would go) That could be your problem.
The blower motor itself could be seized or the wire connection to the motor may be loose. The blower motor is located on the passenger side under the the dash. You will have to remove the cover just above the passengers feet to locate the blower motor. Hope this helps.
If the noise is a squeaking sound, it could be coming from the bearings in the blower fan. It could also be coming from a worn bushing or bearing in the blower motor.
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fuse, wiring, blower motor, blower motor switch, blower motor resistor
If the blower doesn't work on A/C, vent or heat, it could be a few things: 1. Blower switch - $22 at AutoZone 2. Blower resistor - located on the passenger side under glove compartment 3. Loose wire to or from blower 4. Bad blower. 1 and 2 are the easiest to remedy, while 4 would be the most difficult.
check your fuse, check the wiring to the blower or the blower motor itself could be shot.
The blower resister could be bad, or the blower switch could be failing. Check the resister first, it is commonly mounted at the rear of the blower housing under the hood.
The heater blower motor will most likely be located under the dash by the heater core assmebly, but first you need to be sure that that's the problem, it could just be wiring to the blower motor. Shouldnt be too hard to replace, and should be simple to find,
Could be, Blown fuse, Bad blower motor, Bad blower motor speed resistor, Bad blower switch,