should be close to the blower motor is a good sized plug with 4 or 5 wires tnvrr
Blower motor speed resistors are generally located close to the blower motor.
Blower motor resistors are usually located close to the blower motor.
The resistors for the blower moter are located in the path of the air blown from blower motor
There is only one blower motor resistor and it is located in the evaporator housing.
Resistor is located behind the blower motor assembly.
Blower motor speed resistors are generally mounted close by the blower motor. They rely on the blower to cool the resistor.
the blower switch itself is located in the instrument panel. it adjust the speed of the blower. the blower resistor, if that is what you are looking for,is located beside the blower motor under the pass. side of the dash
it can be replaced but check the resistors first they are probably the cause
The blower motor on a 1997 Pontiac Bonneville is located next the evaporator core. It will be mounted behind the glovebox on the passenger side of the vehicle. Remove the glovebox, mounting hardware, and sensor clips. The blower motor will be able to be replaced.
The blower rheostat on a 93 Pontiac Grand Am is located inside the engine bay, just to the right of the blower fan housing. It is almost directly behind the trans dipstick. It isn't that hard to replace.
I do not know what vehicle you are referring to but I just replaced one on a 1996 Nissan Sentra because the only speed that was working on the blower motor was 'high'. Underneath the glove box was a couple of screws that came out and the new resistor was put in. Two screws and done......... Most blower motor resistors are located close to the blower motor.
Resistors control the speed of the AC/Heater fan. These resistors are switched on and off in various combinations to create the different fan speeds. When the resistors burn out your fan will only work on the "HI" setting. The "HI" setting doesn't use any of the resistors and that's why it works. These resistors are near the blower and the blower is beneath the dashboard on the pasenger side. Just have to located resistors now.
The heater blower motor in a 1995 Pontiac Transport is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is on the firewall near the hood hinge.
Should be at the passenger side firewall
If it has separate blower speed controls for the front and rear, it has separate resistors. Blower speed resistors are mounted close to the blower motor it controls for cooling purposes.
there are resistors located by blower motor. could be open. they control blower speed.
when a blower motor only works on high, it is usually due to faulty resistor board. Should be located in the duct near the blower. the purpose of this is so the air blown by the blower keeps the resistors cool.
Yes you can check the resistor, or have it checked. The resistors are easy to replace (two screws). I had mine replaced several times under warranty then did it myself once or twice before determining that mice had build a nest in my blower motor which caused the resistors to blow.
The heater blower motor itself is located under the hood on the passenger side of the car.
Usually on top of the evaporator box, right hand side of the car, near the firewall. == ==
Blower motor resistors are generally found nearby the blower motor.
It is located on the right fender near the cowl panel.There should be 3 or 4 relays on the bracket. the one closest to the front of the car should be for the blower.
in side under the dash on the passener side of the car