You still have a blower resister assembly, wiring, and a blower motor itself, in that system. Any one of those could have a problem. You need to use a test light at the blower motor connector and see if you are getting both power and ground. If you are missing a ground, most likely you have a bad blower resister assembly. If you are mssing power, check fuses and wiring. If you have both power and ground, and the motor isn't working, you need a blower motor. I have also found that sometimes tapping with a screwdriver handle on the motor will make it come on, and if that is the case, then again, you have a bad blower motor.
Control switch on the dash needs to b replaced perhaps?
Possibly a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.
blower motor in dash was not working replaced it still not working now what
Replaced many blower modules ( in engine compartment ) from that year. Check it out.
I am having similar symptoms with my 99 Buick Regal. The blower motor will run all the time even with the keys out. When the blower isn't working neither will the cruise control. I have researched it and believe it to be the ignition switch. I have not replaced it yet, but feel that is the most logical thing. It's also possible that in your situation it may be either the Blower Control Module or a relay. However, it's likely the ignition.
Check to see if you are getting power to the blower motor - if so motor is defective if not problem in circuitry to blower motor
tHERES A RELAY BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX THAT BURNS OUT THAT MUST BE REPLACED.
Something called a blower control module takes the place and is found in the hole where you would find a blower resistor, so there isn't a blower resistor in that vehicle. As far as the blower control module is concerned, the module is serviced as a unit. No part can be fixed or replaced. This is not to be confused with the control head in the dash. The blower control module is held into the heater box with two 8mm screws outside the firewall under the hood, where you would normally find the blower resistor pack.
First you have to see if your blower motor is working or not. If it is and still you have no heat then your heater-core is blocked and needs to be replaced.
you need a new blower motor resistor with auto temp control
my infinity g-20 blower not working
blower motor relay or control circuit...read up on the checks for this.. ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle(parts store or dealer), and a local library should have professional shop manuals available in the REFERENCE section for free...make copies of the appropriate sections...read up and good luck :)
Blown fuse, bad heater blower motor control switch, bad blower motor, or a bad blower motor resistor pack.
Chack the speed control switch and the resistor that controls the speed of the motor
It seems to be a common problem with alot of Honda vehicles for the climate control fan to stop working, it is most likely either the blower resistor or the blower motor that will need replaced, I have had the same problem on my 2004 civic and it ended up being the blower resistor wich for some reason can only be purchased at a Honda dealership, good luck and hope this helps you a little.
You will need to replace the blower motor control unit located inside the blower motor housing, this part is not the same as the part on standard explorers, it is not the same blower motor resistor.
It is either the blower motor control switch or the blower motor resistor pack. More than likely it is the resistor pack. It must be replaced or just live with it until it fails completely.
have you checked fuses and relays? Yes, I actually replaced the blower motor module & that didn't work. The Blower Motor itself spins freely & there doesn't seem to be any electrical issues. Could it be the Blower Motor speed switch??? If so, is that hard to access?
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
If your blower motor is either not turning itself off, or randomly turning itself on with the ignition off (and you have auto climate control), the problem is the blower control module. Located directly behind the blower motor, it takes information from the climate control, and is in charge of turning the blower on/off. To replace the blower control module, remove the splash shield under the passenger side dash (there's 3 plastic retainers hold it in place). The blower control module is located behind the blower motor, and is held in with 3 bolts. The 2 rearmost bolts (by the firewall) only need to be loosened, and the front one removed. The entire unit rotates down and can then be replaced.
Under the hood in the fuse block you will see a large black block. This is the heater blower fuse.
crown Victoria blower not working and head lights.
There are a couple of reasons why a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero ac heater to stop working. The heater coil may need to be replaced or the HVAC blower motor may need to be replaced.