replacing the blower motor resistor which cost about 20 bucks or so.....hope this helps
sounds like a defective blower module
Check the blower relay, it may be getting stuck..............
You will need to replace the blower motor control unit located inside the blower motor housing, this part is not the same as the part on standard explorers, it is not the same blower motor resistor.
On a Chrysler/Jeep product that is usually an indication that the blower resistor has failed.
Most likely cause is a faulty blower motor regulator.
The usual cause is a failed blower resistor, also called a blower power module on a auto temp system.
When the blower motor stays on it means there is a short to power, or the relay is sticking. 99.9% of the time the relay sticks. I belive on the 2004 silverados the blower motor relay is internal to the blower motor resistor. Try to find an auxillary blower motor relay and if there isn't one then replace the blower motor resistor.
It doest escape, it either evaporates, is turned into steam or stays as water. :)
You get the bill. If you pay it, the electricity stays on; if you don't pay it, the electricity gets turned off.
I'll bet there is a relay involved. It probably welded itself shut. Check the unit in the rear of for an electrical relay and unplug it, see if the blower shuts off, if it does, this is your problem.
Has it always been like this or not? If it is, then it is not really a problem. It is how the stereo was installed. An stereo can be installed to be turned on whether the engine is on or off. If the stereo cannot be turned off at all, then you have a problem with your stereo.
mine stays just a quarter inch below midway all the time at normal temp
try turning the switch off
steel is note for an elecromagnet because once it turned magnetic it stays magnetic
Without the year, make or model of your vehicle it could be a bad compressor and or a bad compressor clutch.............
Maybe Hi-speed fan relay defective and not opening
probably a bad blower motor--which you have to remove from under the hood
This is normal. fan runs until temperature senser says it is cool enough.
I have the same problem, did you ever find the answer? Michelle
Most likely because the switch is stuck in one position. Find the switch and repair or replace.
You have to make sure you run it every so often so it stays useable and make sure you keep it clean.
yes. What stays in stays in and what stays out stays out.
The hard disk drive stores information on the computer. It has read and write capabilities and the information stays there when the computer is turned off.
Either one of the door switches is broken or the dome light switch on the dash is turned on.
Check that the cable for your monitor is correctly inserted into the computer and into the monitor, and is turned on.