try new ignition switch but not the key part of the switch the electronic part of the switch...when everything stops try turning the key towards the start position but don't turn to far as not to grind the starter while running...if everything comes back on it's for sure.but sometimes even turning the key will not work. remember the electric part of the switch only...
Check the control module, the resistor, etc......
Because it is an Dodge. GET A CHEVY
thermocouple is bad.
If the heater fan works on all speeds, then the blower motor, blower fuse, blower relay, and blower motor resistor pack are all good. If the fan runs but nothing comes out of the vents, you have a 'mode door' issue (which might include a bad control head).
Yes. Hot water comes from the water heater. The blower motor propels warm air around the house through the duct-work, but is not connected to the hot water heater in any way.
If you have no heat in your 02 grand Cherokee limited blower works heater lines are hot good circulation just no heat comes out?Maybe blocked heater core. Also check thermostat.Your problem is with the blend doors in the GC. Check the HeaterTreater eBay listings for diagnostic information and a fix.
Does it work on number 4 though? As mine does the same thing. And is due to the blower or something that needs looking at. Number 4 comes straight from the engine which is why it will work.
under the hood, passenger side, on the blower motor housing, towards the bottom, under the motor bump out.. unplug the wire clip from it, it comes out with 2 screws.
Check the blend door motor/mechanics or heater control head
When blower comes on the windscreen wipers are faster then slow,and cd player turns on and off any explaination available could it possibly be that you have a short or wires loose and touching?
The blower motor is shot, if it doesnt come out of the vents, feet, windshield, anywhere, its the blower motor, take it in and get it fixed before winter comes, your heated leather seats wont keep you warm enough bud.
Check the wiring at the starter. Some fords have a power wire there, if it breaks or comes loose these problems can occur.
This is caused by a broken heater matrix. I have had this problem and its is a real pain to fix as you need to take most of you dashboard off to get to it.
First of all, check the fuse on the fuse box under blower motor. If the fuse is ok, the blower control switch could be the culprit. nius: ford contours are known for their fault heater blowers, the switch melts as well as the connections to it... the switch is 20 bux, for has a recal on the plug (10 year 100,000 mile which ever comes first) take it to a for dealer and they should fix it for free
i have the same problem. with my car i have to turn the key slightly back towards me and it all comes on.
under dash on passenger side to remove the blower moter all you have to do is unscrew 3 screws and 1 small hose and the moter and housing comes out
Sounds like the heater core is plugged. Have a competent garage flush the radiator and heater core, then refill with fresh coolant. Should cure the problem.
No, it comes with Windows.
Look under your glove box and locate the wiring coming out of of the blower motor. This wiring connects to more wiring coming out of the heater/ac ducting behind the glove box. That connecting wiring comes from the blower motor resistor. It is held in place by two screws, one on each side. Remove those screws and the resistor will slide out.
the blower motor is going bad it will stop working shortly
i had the same problem w/my 97 avenger its a clogged heater core if u take the hose off from the fiewall and use a hose to unclog the heater core u should be all set.also thermostat can be gone id do thermostat then heater core
Some of the Rams had a recall on the blower motor wiring.I would check the wires at the blower first.If the wires are in good shape,then you may need to replace the blower.
The Toro 51591 leaf blower has a blower vac attachment that comes with a bag. It does not have an attachment for use on cleaning gutters.
a heater hose runs from intake to heater core to radiator. the heater core is were the heat comes from inside the car as well as defrost