The blower motor is the key to pumping in the air and if it's spent, nothing will pump. I would try replacing that first.AnswerOn many mopar products there is a defrost resistor (I think that's what it is called) located on the passenger side on the very top of the firewall. This provides heat to the defrost vent system before the engine can deliver any heat. Sometimes one of the heater coils wil break or becom disconnected. If you remove the part the broken part should be apparent if not test the leads with a ohmmeter for continuity. AnswerI had the same problem. The wire to the heat, etc., fell behind the fuse box, so we ran a separate wire to that fuse, and it works like new.
Have you checked the fuse and relay? - They are in the engine compartment above the passenger strut.
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Blown fuse, bad motor, bad blower motor switch, or a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.
if it doesnt work on 1 and 2 it could be a blower motor resistor but if it doesnt work at all check the fuses, relay and check voltage if it reads 12 v replace the motor
Bad blower motor? Blown blower motor fuse? Bad fan switch? Bad blower resistor pack?
Resistor or blower motor power module.
it doesnt. you should get that checked it may be a problem with the relay
A Ryobi leaf blower will fail to start if the spark plug is fouled or it has run out of fuel. Using the incorrectly mixed fuel will also prevent it from starting.
the blower resistor is bypassed on high. a direct path to ground. if high is the only operational speed the resistor is bad.
you first try it again and if it doesnt work your battery must be checked
Inspect the backside of the blower speed switch. Look for an overheated, melted plastic connector. Loose connections causes resistance, resistance causes heat, heat causes melt down. Look for melted connections at the blower motor and resistor also.
check the blower motor resistor located on fire wall behind washer fluid tank
try wiggling the wires at the blower resistor if don't work then tap on blower motor
yes, the fan bearing is worn out
have your catalitic checked, it could be cloged.
Sounds like your Blower motor resister, it controls the voltage to your blower motor, controlling the speeds, if you always have it on high, med ect. that speed is more likly to burn out first
Try checking your thermostat. It is probably stuck open.
if the vp has a blower, it will be either on top of the engine or to the right a little. its easy to find because it has a pulley and is driven by a belt and has the air intake going into it. if you cant find it easily then it probably doesnt have 1. do a google image search on vp blower. compair the pair. get it up ya,
if the blower motor still works, somebody probably bypassed the heater core in the past.
In California yes but it depends if you get checked in MO and IL it doesnt matter they don't check.
This toy doesnt have one. I own 3 of them for my child. I just checked right now.
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Check connections at the blower motor, blower motor resistor and at the switch. You may find a melted connection.
if the resistor isn't bad then you should have all speeds, temperature, and levels for the vents working. if your not getting anything blowing threw the vents at all give the blower moter a couple taps and if that doesnt work then its 99% likely the blower motor is blown