Blown fuse? Bad blower motor? Bad blower motor resistor? Bad blower motor switch?
Its under the winshield wiper assembly
Probably the blower motor resistor, check blower motor at the same time
The blower motor resister block is located in the center of the dash. Remove the complete glovebox and look to the left and you will see it...............
Blown fuse? Bad switch?
You most likely blew a fuse and have a bad blower motor resistor assembly
Hummm!! it Seems it is a known problem with Mercedes from 94 to 98. Is two problemsThe blower motor resistor can be defective andthe blower motor itself.
On the passenger side under the dash is the blower motor held in with 3 small screws. First unplug the wire harness to the blower and remove the 3 screws. Installation is in the reverse order
Does blower motor run?
Sounds like the blower motor resistor. I just had the same problem in my '94 Grand Cherokee. I went to the scrap yard and got the same part for $20. The dealership wanted $200.
Yes. I have a '94 Seville, Black on Black.
it sounds like your ignition switch, i ran into a similar problem, your power goes through your ignition switch for your blower motor.
CHECK BLOWER MOTOR, AND HEATER CORE BOTH INSIDE THE CAR UNDER THE DASHBOARD
I'd say to check to see that the Blower motor kicks on
Under the hood on the passengers side near the blower motor attached to the housing......... I'm pretty sure that's where the "Relay" is located not "Resistor". The resistor may be located under or behind the glovebox.
On some years, there are 2 separate fuses, one for the switch and another for the blower motor. First make sure fuses are good, if all is good, the blower motor is located under the hood, pass side at firewall. There should be a purple wire going to the motor, on the high blower motor setting there should be 12v at that wire. If 12v is available at the purple wire, make sure your ground is good (blower motor ground is at the motor case - black wire attached). If both are good, most likely cause would be the blower motor itself. If 12v was not present at the purple wire, likely causes are the blower motor relay (which is found just above the blower motor), mode switches ie. vent/blend/defrost etc. (if 12v is not present after the switch - poss colours brown or brown with a white stripe) or blower motor switch ie. high/med/low fault.
its under the glove department. and if its like my blazer under the little shelf like thing under the glove department.
check your blower motor, located under the dash board. its on the passenger side. if the leak is on the drivers side, i have no clue. but my hubby's car is leaking water from the blower motor on the passenger side. found out at the car wash...
there are resistors in the blower motor itself
Run a fused/switched wire from ignition sensitve circuit in fuse block or dash directly to motor harness
Blower MotorRemoval & InstallationWith Air Conditioning1. Disconnect the battery ground.> On trucks built for sale in California, remove the emission module located in front of the blower.2. Disconnect the blower motor wiring at the blower.3. Disconnect the cooling tube at the blower.4. Remove the 4 mounting screws and pull the motor from the housing.To Install5. Remove the clamp from the blower case and remove the blower cage.Mount the cage on the replacement motor.6. Install the blower motor and tighten the 4 mounting screws.7. Connect the cooling tube and wiring hardness.8. Connect the negative battery cable. Check the blower motor for proper operation.9. Cement the cooling tube on the nipple at the housing using Liquid Butyl SealerD9AZ-19554-A, or equivalent._______________________________________________________________Blower Motor ResistorRaise your hood. Look at Right Hand back firewall. (Passenger side)You can see the rear of blower motor.Look beside it there is a plug (I believe to the bottom right)The small rectangle assembly under that plug is your resistor block.Remove the 2 bolts that hold it to the firewall and pull it out.Reverse procedure to reinstall.Then you will be cooking -w- heat again
Yes but first make sure that you have both power and ground going to the blower motor...........
diagram for 94 Cadillac Seville starter