Blower motor does not work on 98 e350?
i am about to trobleshoot and fix mine ... i have the same problem i will answer further when it is fixed although i would check the blower moter resister first
98 contour svt and the ABS light is on and the heater blower only works on high- Fuse under the hood that controls both heater blower and abs module doesn't appear to be blown Any suggestions?
the blower resister is no good When our '98 Breeze's blower began to work only on high, we replaced the resister, but it croaked about 2 weeks later. We replaced it 2 more times and the same thing happened. A mechanic told us the blower itself needed replacing, and thus, the blower kept burning out the resister. Works fine now. Found ours at a junk yard for $20.
My blower motor in my 98 Pontiac sunfire works when it is at the highest 2 settings but it does not work on the lower 2 settings. why is this?
# Disconnect the negative battery cable. # Remove the cowl cross-tower brace. # With a utility knife, cut the rubber insulator at the guide lines and remove the metal patch plate beneath. # Remove the blower motor electrical connector, cooling hose and mounting screws. # Disengage the blower motor from the case.
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.
I did this job on a 1999 Grand Prix, and I believe the location is the same for the 98 year model. First of all you will have to remove the blower motor itself. It is located on the passenger side floor board below the glove compartment, up against the firewall. It is an awkard job and I found that what worked best for me was to lay on my back with my head up…
Check for a blown fuse. If fuse is good remove blower and check for power at the blower motor plug using a multimeter or voltage tester. If power is available replace the blower motor. If power is not available you can do a running check by directly hooking up a 12 vdc power supply to the blower to see if it will even run. If the blower runs, your problem is your most likely the…