You have a bad blower motor.
i have seen a lot of the switches go bad turn on the fan and try pushing down on the fan switch and see if the fan comes on
Just to add a liitle to this reply generally if it is your fan switch not all of the speeds burn out at the same time so try turning the switch to every position if any of them turn on ur fan than its just the switch if none of the fan speeds work than it is your blower motor.
fuse, wiring, blower motor, blower motor switch, blower motor resistor
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.
Blown fuse? Bad switch?
you have a bare wire touching on your blower motor
Defective switch, resistor pack, or blower motor.
Defective blower motor switch, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
Blown fuse? Bad resistor pack? Bad switch? Blower motor defective check to see if you are getting power to it if so motor is bad
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, defective blower motor, or defective fan speed switch.
More than likely a defective blower motor switch.
Get a new switch.
either a bad fan switch or a bad blower motor. Take it to a trusted mechanic.
Replace your heater selector switch
blower resistor is bad
I think the it is the South Capital Metro, but i could be wrong about that.
Check your blower motor relay!
The blower in my 2001 Honda Civic did not stop working.
need to replace the blower motor relay located bhind the fan under the dash
Sounds like it could be the actaul switch that's used to select the speeds. ADDITIONNAL INFO SEE DISCUSSION PAGE.
There is nothing wrong with the motor there is something wrong with the switching circuits
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, blower motor resistor pack, or loose wiring.
Loose connection?Bad fan motor (windings opening when they get hot)Loose fuse/relay?Bad or worn switch?Bad resistor?
Sounds like a bad blower motor resistor block.
you broke something when you took the blower off .......
The blower motor works on only one speed. The blower motor resitor pack is defective and needs to be replaced. It is located on the blower housing in the engine compartment just below the blower motor.
Alaways check the fuses first, on mine they are under the dash coved up by a plastic cover and also more under the hood also coved by a plastic cover. If fusses are OK then check the blower motor itself to see if it still works. Also check the blower switch on the dash to see if it is working. Stupid question, how do you test the switch and motor?