Do not pry off the face! You have a faulty blower motor resistor assembly. The part number is 04885635ab If you look on the bottom of the motor housing on the passenger side (about where the passenger toes would point) you will see a wire harness that is a long oval in shape and has 5 or 6 wires in it. You will need a 7 or 8mm 1/4 inch drive socket with a u-joint attachment. on the firewall side of the connector, there is a sliding lock that keeps the connector on the plug. you will have to slide the lock toward the drivers side and the squeeze a small blak tab to pull the connector off of the plug. Once the connector is off, use the socket to remove the 2 screws. It will drop right down once the screws are removed. Once it is removed, it looks like a 2 inch by 3 inch by 16th of an inch thick piece of metal with a plug on it. The resistor pack dissipates ALOT of heat so do not take it out until the truck has been off for 30 minutes or so. I priced the part at a dealership in Colorado 2 days ago for $12.77 YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TAKE THE FACE OR DASH OFF! CHECK THE PART NUMBER BEFORE YOU PURCHASE AS YOU MIGHT HAVE A DIFFERENT REVISION.
No. An AC/heater control module is a computer that controls and automates the operation of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems (HVAC).The blower resistor enables the blower motor to change the speed of the fan.
Something called a blower control module takes the place and is found in the hole where you would find a blower resistor, so there isn't a blower resistor in that vehicle. As far as the blower control module is concerned, the module is serviced as a unit. No part can be fixed or replaced. This is not to be confused with the control head in the dash. The blower control module is held into the heater box with two 8mm screws outside the firewall under the hood, where you would normally find the blower resistor pack.
You have to remove the wipers and the cover that's underneath them. There is a hole on the passenger side that allows access to the resistor from under the hood.
On the auto temp unit it is called a blower power module.
the resistor is located in the blower module which is located under the hood by the a/c evaprator case
Check the control module, the resistor, etc......
Blower resistor is behind the blower motor up against the firewall you can see wires hanging down from it. (Mite be called blower control module in 2005 models.)
There is none - usually it is the module in the top of the heater / blower box (resistor module) that is the problem.
easiest to pull blower motor then you can get at resistor, best to have a flexible extension (not a swivel) and you can access the bolts easier
maybe blown fuse or the connection in the blower resistor is damaged or the blowre resistor module is burn out the blower resistor is located in front passinger under the dach boared
What model? This probably has electronic Climate control,therefore there isn't a Blower resistor. The blower is controlled by a Blower Motor Module...its mounted on the HVAC case under the hood near/next to the blower motor.
The blower motor resistor is mounted behind the glove box door.