Did you already replace the heater blower resistor? I only paid 30 bucks for a replacement at Cut Rate Auto Parts. Mine was rusted and broken.
Need more info like, is the blower working or not, is the air coming out cold or warm when it should be hot, is the air not coming out where it should be.
2004 ford expedition front blower not working
I own a 1994 acura integra and the heater/air conditioning blower is not working, I can not defrost my windows and the heat does not blow. What is wrong and how can the problem be fixed.
the heater blower resistor is bad. located on firewall under heater hoses two 8mm bolts. about a twenty dollar motorcraft part. easy repair.
call a mechanic who couid repair it call a mechanic who couid repair it
Try the repair tips on the Autozone web site.
window heater not working
when the relay is working, it's energizing the blower... jump power to the motor, (be the relay!) to see if the blower works... also, listen to see if the relay is clicking "on" when you turn the switch on the dash(could be a switch) good luck d
You can repair it by soldering in a new 450 degree thermal fuse. They cost about $1.50 at Radio Shack. I have fixed several this way.
Is it really the same as the Nisan Quest? Anumber of parts are the same.
The blower resistor assembly is located on the heater case to the right of the blower motor. - Haynes Repair Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups
Regards megane heater not working on any setting but after a while it turns it self on but when you go to start the car again it doednt come on whst csn I do to repair thid please
You've got to use a test light to see if there is electricity getting to the switch. First check to see if it's getting past the fuse - then to the switch with the switch off - then through the switch with the switch on - finally to the blower motor.
I you're talking about blower speeds 1 and 2 not working, then it's the resistor. Instructions on how to replace it are here: http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=175159
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Check the diagnostics and solutions on heatertreater.net. It might not be as bad as you think to repair the old system.
first thing is check the fuse then the resistor bank before messing with motor
Someone has manufactured a tool that reams out spa fittings. You may have rust from your heater blocking the orifice.
I have a 94 Lumina van and went to autozone.com and got step by step instructions on to repair it. My husband done it with no problems
The blower resistor assembly is located on the heater case to the right of the bloser motor. - Haynes Repair Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups
Thermostat may be stuck open. Drain the system, replace the thermostat and fill with a 50/50 mix of the correct antifreeze and distilled water. Heater core may be clogged. Replace the heater core. Blend door be stuck. Blower motor may not be running. Repair the problem. Blower motor not working. Either the blower motor is defective, fuse is blown, or the resistor pace is defective.
Your question needs clarification - are you asking about the heater blower fan or the motor cooling fan? The heater blower may have a series resistor that is used for running the fan at slow spped. The resistor may be inside the box that holds the heater blower. It could be an open coil of wire that looks like a spring. The motor cooling fan usually runs at one speed, thus there is no series resistor. Are you instead asking about the resistance of either fan motor. You might find that listed in a repair manual. Try your public library.
It is cheaper to replace the heater core than it is repair it