There is no provisions for lubricating the blower fan bearings If it is making noise then the bearings are probably worn out and you have to be replaced the blower motor The blower motor is visable from the engine compartment It is on the firewall probably on the passenger side Remove the battery cable Remove the electrical connectors Remove the four screws holding the motor to the firewall Remove the blower motor It may be stuck fast to the firewall and you will have to pry it loose
that's on the firewall under the hood, its for the heater/air conditioner.
You'll find the heater blower motor resistor in the heater/air conditioner compartment. This compartment is location underneath the dashboard. This is the part that allows the heater blower motor to change the fan's speed.
check the blower motor resistor
I just changed my blower for about $45.00 and a hour of my time. You will have to loosen the reservoir remove cruise control unit and loosen the air intake to get fan out to change. It was not hard.
It is in the air conditioner /heater case behind the glovebox.
Start out by checking that the blower has both power and ground and if so then next check the a/c - heater controller...........
have you checked the fuse if so then you will need to replace the resistor for the blower hig and low dettings have you checked the fuse do you have 12 volts to blower if so then you will need to replace the resistor for the blower replace the blower motor
Not much info to go with. Need to know if the blower motor operates or not.
check fuses,see if ones blown check power at blower, don't forget the fan switch ,there famous for going out.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 2005 Chevy Cavalier heater blower motor. Remove the heater blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the heater blower fan.
Blown fuse? Bad relay? Bad switch? Bad fan motor?
The blower motor of a 95 Chevy Caprice is located in the left, rear area of the engine compartment. It acts as the fan which operates the air conditioner and heater.
It really needs to be checked out but it probably is the blower votor.
blower motors bad check fuse bore replacing
Heater blower resistor is what controls the low medium high speeds...
probably the heater core is plugged
The blower may simply have burned out. If the blower is out then the heater probably still works.
Remove the wiring harness to the heater blower fan. Remove the retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the blower. Reverse the process to install the new heater blower fan.
you have a bad heater blower motor or something stuck in blower cage
I changed the one in my car it's located behind the glove box just remove the glove box take out the screw that holds the blower sensor in place unplug it and install the new one.
where is the heater blower resistor in a 2003 Honda element
The heater blower resister is under the dash on the passenger side. It is inserted into the side of the blower motor case.
Depends on what you mean by heater will not work. If the blower motor will not work, it can be a blown fuse, bad blower motor, bad blower motor switch, or a defective blower motor resistor pack. If you mean that the blower motor works but there is no heat, then it can be a clogged heater core, thermostat stuck open, or defective heater control valve.
There is no heater blower is a Honda. The heat created on the air condition system is heated up through a heater core. If there is no heat coming out then the heater core will be the culprit.
the heater blower fan is in the heater housing assembly on the passenger side. You need to take out the whole housing assembly in order to access the blower.