The resistor motor may have went out if the heater blower quit working on a 2004 F-250 Truck. The cost to replace the motor is approximately $200.
either the water pump went out or the blower itself did. you have to pull the dash out to replace it. it's really not the most difficult thing to do so don't get discouraged
sounds like your blower motor went bad,does it work on heater heat.
Not sure if this is the same heater resistor but i had mine replaces and the mechanic went in through the glove box and changed it
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
Depends on what you mean when you ask heater and fan. This is what I'm assuming: When you get in your car, turn the heater on and no matter how high you turn the nob it just doesn't blow? Some Toyota models have a bad heater control unit, very costly but you may be able to pick them up used. My sister's highlander went out, I think it was around $500 to fix.Or is it your radiator fan that isn't working?
Either than switch, the resistor, or the relay is bad. On my 1999 Buick Century, the blower motor quit working on the three lower speeds, and then went out completely. When the resistor goes bad, the lower speeds quit working. My blower motor was squealing, also. After I replaced the blower motor and the resistor, I tested it and found the blower worked great on every speed but high. It turned out that there is a separate circuit for high speed, and the fuse was blown. I replaced the fuse for the high speed, and the blower now works on all 5 speeds. Replacing the blower and resistor was difficult, but not as bad as expected, thanks to help from this site.
Your blower motor relay went bad. You may also need to replace either the blower motor or one of the climate control sensors. If your blower motor squeals or makes a scraping sound it is going bad and will damage the blower motor relay. JQ
Your battery went dead sometime it messed up the computer. Disconnect the ground for 5 or more min. Reconnect and it should work Mine was stuck in defrost The blower motor resistor has failed.
The relay for the blower motor might be stuck , or the switch is bad . I have a 1983 Oldsmobile 88. A few days ago the blower motor for the A/C, Vent, Heater kept running after I turned off the ignition and got out of the car. It is located under the front hood in the engine compartment against the firewall. I went into the store and when I returned it was still running. Later that day the A/C stopped working. Well it wasn't the AC it was the blower. It didn't work on AC, heater, or vent. The manual I got at the autoparts store indicated a couple of relays under the hood, under the dash on the right and left sides, and fuses also. I swapped all the relays to find out if it would start working and something else would stop but the blower still would not run. The next day I went outside to find the blower was running when I walked up to the car. I started the engine and the a/c worked fine. I disconnected the blower plug under the hood to prevent the battery from going dead. So I have two problems. The blower running with the engin off, then it not working at all for two days. If anyone has had a similar problem please comment. Also where specifically is the blower relay. I don't think I have found the correct one. Thank you, Mark
If the tub is not getting hot water the issue is probably with the hot water heater. The hot water heater may have tripped a breaker or the pilot light went out.
it might be that the moter on the fan is starting to go. i have had that noise on two different vehicles and it was the blower motor. and it went with in 6 months to a year.