You need to look under your dash and make sure all the heater vent tubing is still connected and if so there is a flap located about the center of the dash that transfers the flow of air from the dash to the vents it could be hung in one position,hope this helps,Ricky.If that doesnt work then you need a new blower motor
try the head gasket.
If the noise is a squeaking sound, it could be coming from the bearings in the blower fan. It could also be coming from a worn bushing or bearing in the blower motor.
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.
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Sorry bad news Your heater core has a leak
Can you feel anything coming out of the vents. Also if you turn on the dial that controls the speed of the blower, and you dont feel anything coming out then you need a fuse or blower motor or mabe a resister for the blower motor. I would have to say that 8 out of 10 times its usually the blower motor resistor. Hope this helps
Blower motor may be burning out.
No, unfortunately she is Not. No, unfortunately she is Not.
Bad blower motor? Blown blower motor fuse? Bad fan switch? Bad blower resistor pack?
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Heater core leaking?
under the dash on right side next to blower moter it has a connector containing 7 wires going to it and 2 wires coming straight out of it going to the blower motor
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If the blower works on the defrost mode only, you could have a disconnected vacuum supply line coming from the engine. If the blower motor doesn't work on any mode or speed you could have a blown fuse, burned out blower motor speed resistor, bad switch or a bad blower motor.
my son's car is a 98 Altima and does not have cool air coming through yet the blower does work will -- if it just freon benng needed. How do we locate the air jnit?
If the a/c compressor cools the air coming from the vents, and the heater knob makes the air hot, but the fan switch doesn't change the speed of the air coming from the vents, most likely the culprit is the fan switch itself, the blower resistor, or the blower motor. With smoke being present, there's a good chance the blower motor burned up.
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Check the fuse as per the owners manual and if the fuse is o.k, then the blower may be faulty. check the blower then. if both of these are good, the problem is expensive.
Does blower motor run?
If the heater fan works on all speeds, then the blower motor, blower fuse, blower relay, and blower motor resistor pack are all good. If the fan runs but nothing comes out of the vents, you have a 'mode door' issue (which might include a bad control head).
Check all the fuses and relays first. If they all appear to be in good working order, then you'll have to get to the blower motor. Could be a short or the motor could be bad.
Look under your glove box and locate the wiring coming out of of the blower motor. This wiring connects to more wiring coming out of the heater/ac ducting behind the glove box. That connecting wiring comes from the blower motor resistor. It is held in place by two screws, one on each side. Remove those screws and the resistor will slide out.
1st check fuse , then or resistor and then blower motor itself resistor is usually under hood right by blower motor or on the ducking it self google images resistor for your kind of car so you know what your looking for power should be going into it when your heater is on and coming out the other side the higher the setting the more power coming out the other side going to blower motor
If the popping is coming out the exhaust try replacing the spark plug.