check fuses,see if ones blown check power at blower, don't forget the fan switch ,there famous for going out.
ac blower not working .
under the passenger dash. You have to remove the glove box and lower trim to get to it.
I have a V6 and the ECM was a pain to get to: 1) remove the glovebox 2) remove the blower for the air conditioner/fan 3) lift the carpet under the blower 4) and there it was.
the blower resistor is bypassed on high. a direct path to ground. if high is the only operational speed the resistor is bad.
AnswerIt's located in the dash behind the passenger airbag assembly. Remove the glovebox to access it. THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY IS LOCATED UNDER THE DASH AREA WITHIN THE CONSOLE COVERAT THE FLOORBOARD AREA. THE BLOWER HOUSING SHOULD BE REMOVED WHERE THE BLOWER CAN BE REMOVED.
Your air conditioner blower may have stopped working because the blower motor isn't working. You can replace the blower or replace the air conditioner.
Behind the blower motor...
Behind the blower motor
one of two things either your heater core or your blower fan
The ecu is located behind the blower assembly.remove glove box door its behind the duct which is removable with three fasteners and a connector that's on the duct on the left of the blower housing.ecm is mouted only with a 10 mm bolt be sure to disconnect battery before removing and replacing.
where is the blower motor resistor in a 2003 Mitsubishi eclipse
Remove the old blower wheel, then reverse the procedure.
The 2003 Ford Expedition front air conditioner blower fuse can be found in the fuse box. The front air conditioner blower fuse will be the number six fuse.
If the blower isn't working, start with the easy first. Get out owner's manual and find all the fuse locations. Check which fuse controls the blower and then check the fuse.If there is no fuse for the blower, then you need a professional tech to test it. It could be the blower motor, a relay, a blower resistor, the blower switch or the wiring between any two or more of those components.If the blower motor is out in the open, you could try LIGHTLY tapping on it with the handle of a screwdriver. If the blower starts working right as you do that, then you have a bad blower motor.
It has a resistor that it located to the left of the blower case (it has a door with a piece of foam on it) behind the glove box. it has to screws on either side and a wire connector sticking out the top of it. Its pretty far back there so you'll need a really stubby screw driver.
Under the glove compart
that's on the firewall under the hood, its for the heater/air conditioner.
check the fuse, the relay, the switch and the blower motor resister. If these all check out could be the blower motor its self is faulty
Check all of the following..... 1. The blower fuse. 2. The blower ground and power. 3. The a/c controller. 4. The blower resister. 5. The blower motor itself............
Your inside blower motor is most likely bad and if not then check the capacitors and the wiring, but I would go with the blower.....
The air conditioner blower motor is located on the firewall in the engine compartment in 2000 BMW 528i.
On my 1989 you first remove the engine coolant reservoir as the blower motor is right behind it. Disconnect the two wires, remove about 10-12 screws around the motor. Then twist, turn, and wiggle the motor out. It's a pretty tight fit so it won't be the easiest thing to get out.
Ignition switch worn out and needs to be replaced? After 20 years
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