if it is anything like an 87, try removing the glovebox and look back to the left, toward the center console.
check the fuse or the ground on the heater
If you look under the passenger side dashboard you will find the heater motor ,attached to the motor is a fuse,check to see if the fuse is connected , or just replace the fuse , it worked for me.
The fuse for the heater and the CD player in Honda Prelude 1988 can be found using?æa fuse diagram. The diagram is available online and can be found by looking for '1998 prelude fuse panel diagram' on any search engine.
if i remember correctly there is a heater fuse behind the glove box. you need to pull the glove box to find it.
Is the fuse blown? Are all the electrical wires to the switch connected? A new unit from an auto wrecker shouldn't be expensive.
Fuse no 23 20 amps
Yes it does resemble a fuse and any auto parts store will have them in stock.
A 3000 Watts heater typically uses a 13 Amp fuse in its socket. 13 Amps is an accepted fuse rating because it can allow high power usage but will be secure enough to cut out any over-voltage that can damage an item.
The blower motor resistor assembly is located under dash on passenger side.
in a shop manual available in any parts store.
fuse or relay most likely
Check for blown fan motor fuse.
there is a vacumm leak .
I have the same question i need to find the Relay... anybody have any idea where it is located?, its outside both fuse boxes i know that much, no idea where from there. Thanks
It is not a fuse. It is a relay switch located in the same location as the fuses - it is next to the right fender if you are facing the front of the vehicle and looking under the hood. The fuse box is clearly labeled and any beginner can replace the relays because they are easy to plugin and unplug. On my 2000 Echo, I think fan blower relay #1 was out so I replaced the relay that was labeled as such. The underside of the fuse box cover clearly labels each relay in the fuse box.
Its in the bannana. It is also located in apples or any kind of fruit
Check the fan fuse. If the fan does not work on any speed then the most likely cause is either a blown fuse or a bad blower motor.
Look in your manual and find the part with fuse location . Find the fuse for airbag and change it .
You don't mention which fuse burns out, but look in that circuit for a chafed wire that is rubbing against metal.
It runs everything except the starter. If this fuse is blown, you will not have any power to the dash, power windows, radio, etc. Remove the fuse from it's holder and UNBOLT it. Any part store has um for arounf 5 bucks. It's an easy fix.
Pyro, pyromania, burning, melting, exploding, fireworks, candles, electricity, fuse, spark, heater, fireplace, any of these could count...
Filters are passive devices, they are notpart of any eletrical circuit. If you meant fuel pump, the fuse for the EFI system is 15 amps.
More than likely the fuse has blown. Find the fuse for the air bag it may be labled "SRS" for suplementary restraint system. Pull the fuse to see if it has blown, there should not be any black in the middle of the fuse. If it is blown replace it with the same amperage fuse.
Depend on which one you want to replace, and why need to replace? It blew out...? Usually it last almost for ever or the life of the car. But if any one blew out, it must be a broken wire that use that fuse. Any way just pull out the one need to be replace and plug in the new one at the same rate to place. If it blow out again; it has a broken wire that touch ground. So it's good idea to check its wire before replace new fuse.
Do you have lights? If not, you r battery is probably discharged. I guess there could be a problem with the starter circuit. I believe this has a fuse in the underhood fuse block.