The 2000 Chevrolet Corvette blower motor control module can be found behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the dashboard in order to access the module.
I have a 1988 corvette I need to change the headlight motor but cant get the motor free from the body This answer is a question.
MANUAL HEADLIGHT MOTOR KNOB ON MOTOR. IT SHOULD BE IN YOUR MANUAL ALSO.
Maybe the headlight motor is wired backwards.
There is a control module that is exclusively there to manage the headlight doors. It sends a voltage pulse to the motor and then stops sending voltage and monitors the movement of it (seeing if the motor continues to turn after voltage is removed). If the motor is still turning the module knows the headlight doors have not reached the full up or full down position and will again provide voltage to the motor. One the headlight doors reach the end of their travel the motor will no longer turn when the voltage is removed. The module sees this and will quit actuating the motor.
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If your relays are working properly, you might have a stripped gear in the motor. You can replace the gear or the motor depending on your resources. If the headlight is loose, the gear more than likely has teeth missing.
If you go to corvettemagazine.com and click on there tech link they had an article that tells you step by step with pics how to repair the headlight motors
The Trailblazer SS has an LS2 under the hood. Same motor that is in the 2005-2007 Corvette.
bad headlight switch
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the same thing happened to me. i bought a rebuilt headlight motor
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There's a plastic cog in the motor mechanism that is prone to breaking since it gets brittle over the years. It's easiest/best to check that plastic piece and replace it with a metal cog that can be found on several corvette part supplier sites. Was the problem with mine a few years back.
There is no headlight motor. The entire headlight raising and lowering function is controlled by the cars vaccume system.If your headlights don't operate correctly,I suggest that you either check the vac. hoses or the vac diaphragm's located under the hood in front of the radiator.
Failed limit switch, or bad wiring. The motor will keep running until the headlight finds "home" ... ergo a failed limit switch as mentioned above. The sensor at the "home" position (headlight off) has to be tripped by the headlight assembly before the motor will shut down. The motor has no idea where the headlight physically is ... it keeps running until the switch is engaged.
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hmm seems to me that the the light assembly mabye bent or that the sighn that the ,motor is on its way out Is there a stop switch?
It is right on the wiper motor, under the cowling, and on the motor, 3 wore connector
passenger side of motor under exhaust manifold
The ignition module on a 5.7 Chevy engine should be on top of the motor. It is mounted beside the distributor.
diagram of motor od 1981 corvette
the fuel pump is the thing that pumps the gas to the motor. the module is what controls the amount of fuel the pump puts out to the motor.