I had the problem with my 2000 Venture. I purchased a set of 2 replacement filters from a local NAPA store for $14. The old filters were simple to remove once I realized the panel inside the glove box. Now the blower really blows. GM recommends replacing these filters every 15,000 miles.
My 2000 Venture had two filters in the rear of the glove box but only one removable panel. Once you took the first filter out, you had to slide the second one to the right in order for it to line up with the access panel for removal.
Not if they are electric windows.
The fuse. The blower motor speed resistor. The blower motor relay. The blower motor switch. Check for power at the blower motor connection.
Blown fuse? Bad blower motor? see if you are getting power to it Bad blower motor resistor? Bad switch?
With no speeds at all, check the fuse, then check the blower speed switch and it's electrical plug.
Take it off and then replace it with a new one.
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor--if so, bad blower motor If no power- perhaps bad resistor pack at blower motor Bad switch?
Open the hood.The resevoir is located on the left top side of the engine.
Yes, it can be pushed out of the reservoir.
Work you way from the blower motor first by checking that it has both power and ground and then check the rest of the electrical system............
The blower motor relay for high speed would be located in the power distribution box under the hood.
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On top of the engine, passenger side under the windshield.
Under instrument panel on drivers side on the outboard edge
A serpentine belt run multiple auxiliary applications (IE AC, Power Steering, Alternator)
I would venture to guess about 230
The Starter, Is Bad.
Locate the bolts at the base of the seats and unbolt them. You'll have to disconnect any electrical connections if you have power seats.
depends on the blower and whether or not the rest of the engine is stock or modified, if you check out blowers on sites like jegs.com they usually specify HP gain
You gotta start by figuring out what's wrong with it. You need to determine if it's the blower motor itself, or the power supply, then troubleshoot to determine the exact cause.
When you open the hood, it will be on the upper right hand side. It will be below the power streeing manifold.
If you have no speeds at all, including high speed and you have power at the fuse and the fuse is good, I would suspect the heater blower speed switch and or the electrical plug to the switch is cooked. If you have high speed only and the rest are dead, I would suspect the blower motor speed resistor.
Either a broken wire - faulty switch - or bad ground. You're going to need a test light to find the fault here. Is there power to the hot side of the blower switch? Does power transfer to the cold side when the switch is turned on. Is power reaching the blower. Blowers rarely fail BUT it can happen.
The blower resistor is internally shorted to power and needs to be replaced.
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The blower is controlled by the blower switch, blower resistor, and relevant power relay.