how do you change a fan switch on a 1997 Chevy cavalira
Your blower switch sensor is out. Replace it!Then all the speeds will work
In a 1997 Jeep Wrangler, the relay switch for the heater blower and motor is located behind the dash. It will be directly behind the HVAC knobs behind the dashboard.
take the old switch out, put a new one in
Assuming you are asking about the HVAC blower motor, check the condition of the switch and the electrical connection at the switch. And, if the original resistor was burned out the cause is usually because of the blower motor drawing too much current. If so, replace the blower motor or you will burn out another resistor soon.
how do you change a ac fan switch on a 1997 Chevy cavalier
You need to replace the blower motor resistor. I've been there done that.
If you have no blower speeds at all check the fuse, then check the blower motor switch and electrical plug for a melt down situation, then check the blower motor itself.
how to change dimmer switch on 1997 Honda accord
change the blower motor resistor. done deal.
Where is the blower motor for a 1997 lumina located?
Where is the blower motor for a 1997 lumina?
I think you should look at your fuse panels and see if you have a blown fuse . Some vehicles have a fuse for high and low blower speeds. Your problem is either the blower motor switch itself or a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack. More than likely the Resistor Pack is defective.
Could ba a blown fuse for blower motor Could be a bad switch for blower motor
dog troy in the film metro from 1997
The switch just pops out of the dashboard.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, blower motor, or blower motor switch. This happened to me and I found a connector at the fan motor had fried. I changed the connector and it worked great.
Defective blower motor switch, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
You need to change the blower motor resistor (under the passenger side glove-compartment). i have a 1997 Grand Prix with the same problem. A dealer can get it done but cheaper if you get the resistor from AutoZone, etc and have a mechanic or yourself change it.
The high speed relay for the blower motor would be found under the hood, on the passenger side of the firewall, close to the blower motor speed resistor.
it is either a bad switch on your controls, or your blower motor is going out
propably need to replace the blower control switch/resistor
If the blower works on the defrost mode only, you could have a disconnected vacuum supply line coming from the engine. If the blower motor doesn't work on any mode or speed you could have a blown fuse, burned out blower motor speed resistor, bad switch or a bad blower motor.
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