Check your fuse box for a blown fuse and also check your connections at the blower motor.
Check for a bad blower resistor at blower motor
Check the vacuum hose under the hood. May have a leak or have been disconnected. Also check - The blower - this includes its motor, fan and associated components/wiring. Next to check is the coil (this looks like a small radiator) through which the blower moves air is clogged. Check if the vents themselves are clogged.
Check the cabin filter if applicable.
Depending on the year, make and model check the following............. 1. Trash in blower housing. 2. Defective blower motor. 3. Clogged cabin air filter. 4. Bad blower resister. 5. Bad blower switch.
The filter screen at the bottom my need cleaning. Also check the drain hose to see if it is kinked or clogged. If not, check the fitting where the hose connects to see if it maybe clogged.
Check coolant level check blower motor fuse Check the thermostat
Check the fuse. Check the blower speed resistor. Check the blower speed control switch.
The muffler is most likely clogged and will not allow the exhaust gases to exit the combustion chamber. Check the muffler for obstructions or replace the muffler.
You can test your heater blower motor by connecting a ground wire to the ground. Connect a power wire, from the battery to the positive post. If the blower motor turns it is working, and if it does not it is bad.
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.
Try cleaning out the lint screen first. Some washers have a removable agitator that contains a lint screen that can become clogged. Next check the hose connections.
Check the following first........... 1. Coolant level. 2. Inside heater door operations. 3. Lastly check the heater core and make sure that its not clogged up....
check your fuse, check the wiring to the blower or the blower motor itself could be shot.
Look in the fuse box below the glove box on the passenger side in the door pillar. You will find a fuse and a relay there. If that does not fix the blower fan issue, check the post in fixing the blower motor and resistor module.
Check for the drain hose or pipe in your unit so that it is not clogged. Through the ac process water is collected and thus needs to come out. If the drain is clogged water will be trapped and the blower will pick it up and send it through the vents.
Check the fuse and relay to start. If these are ok, then check the blower switch, the resister, then the blower motor itself.
check under your glovebox, you can pull the bottom paneling out it's in the far back behind the blower motor, I'm pretty sure it should be blue, it's very hard to get to.
i have an 03 grand prix and yes it was the blower motor resistor also check there is a fuse for fan low and fan high or something like that
The fuse. The blower motor speed resistor. The blower motor relay. The blower motor switch. Check for power at the blower motor connection.
1 of many possiblitesWell depending on what you mean, you obviously can check for airflow the vents with your hand, Is your blower on and no air, if you can hear it but not feel it, could have a blend door issue. cant hear it, id check relays, could be a blower motor resistor block
it is under dash, check under the glove department, you may have to remove the glove dept.
Start by checking the Audi's blower motor fuse. Check the blower switch, resister, and lastly, check the motor to find the problem.
Check the oil pressure sending unit first. The oil filter could be bad or clogged. The oil pump filter screen might be clogged, or the fuel pump could be bad.
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor - if so replace blower motor If not check fuse, switch, resistor pack.