Check the fuse box 1st. I justed changed the fuse for a 2000 Neon. It was a 20A fuse. Check the driver side door panel. Have the driver door open and look at the fuse panel. Check fuse and bring the fuse into the store and find th replacement. Worked fine afterward.
fuse will be in fuse box. it will be labelled, either, heater fan or blower
Under the hood in the fuse block you will see a large black block. This is the heater blower fuse.
should be in underhood fuse box!
Under the hood Drivers side fuse box.
Heater Blower Fan, Cooling Fan, Or A/C Condenser fan? There is a fuse box in the front passenger door jamb. This is where you will find the blower fan fuse. You should find the Cooling and A/C fan fuses in the underhood fuse box. When I see problems with any of these fans it is not usually a fuse that is causing the problem. If a fuse is blown then there is another problem causing it to blow.
Blower motor fuse.
in the trunk fuse panel. removing the hvac fuse should disable the blower fan (and the rest of the hvac system. so no heat and no air) this is what i had to do until i got a replacement blower power module. otherwise it'd stay on and drain the battery
The purpose of the blower in a fan is to increase the speed of the airstream with its rotating impellers. This happens because the blower contains and directs the air to where it is needed.
Defective blower motor or blower motor resistor pack.
check your fuse, check the wiring to the blower or the blower motor itself could be shot.
check fuse 5 (7.5A) Recrit switch Fuse 25 (25A) Blower Switch Fuse 16 (10A) Coolant Fan Control Module Fuse 3 (30A) Coolant Fan Control Module Fuse 8 (30A) Coolant Fan Control Thermal Switch
Check the fuse and relay first. Then check the blower resister, then the blower motor itself. One of these is probably the cause of the failure.
Blown fuse, defective fan control switch, defective blower motor resistor pack, or defective blower motor.
When you are looking at the fuse box with the directional flasher at the bottom left, the blower fuse is right above the flasher unit. It should be a 30 amp fuse.
The Cooling fan Fuse is Located above the driverside strut remove the whole plastic cover
Check the 30 amp Blower fuse. If not that check the fan relay, if not that check the blower motor directly from a jump on the fan itself.
Blown blower motor fuse? Bad resistor pack at blower motor? Bad fan switch?
Bad fan switch Bad fuse Bad resistor pack on blower motor Bad blower motor
check the blower fuse if the fuse is good the blower motor is bad or else you have short
If the blower runs on high it will get hot. If the blower is wearing out this will cause it to get to hot and blow.
Look in the fuse box below the glove box on the passenger side in the door pillar. You will find a fuse and a relay there. If that does not fix the blower fan issue, check the post in fixing the blower motor and resistor module.
You either have a blown fuse, defective blower motor, defective blower motor switch, or a defective blower motor resistor pack.
The blower fan might not come on because the temperature sensor is damaged or malfunctioning. It also might not come on because of an exposed wire or a blown fuse.
Blown fuse? Bad switch Bad fan motor? Bad fan relay?
DON'T turn it on.