What if the fan in your 97 Maxima only has off and high settings for the HVAC Could this be the blower motor resistor the fan switch or something else?
Yes this is generally caused by the Heater fan resistor. Its housed in the fan housing itself, and is quite easy to get to. just remove the clove box and you will see a connector with four wires coming from the bottom of the fan housing. If you disconnect the plug, and remove the 2 screws the unit will come out easily. it is merely a flat printed circuit board that inserts into the fan cavity. Its a matrix of low value resisters that are switched into series with the fan itself, and by being in the airflow of the fan is kept cool. it also regilates the fan speed due to it heating and cooling with the blown air. Can be anything from $20-100 depending on where you buy it from. It does not seem to be repairable as i tried to with a soldering iron. and it jaust made it worse.
A burned out resistor can be the result of a failing blower motor. So if the new resistor burns out in a short time, replace the motor also.
To change the blower motor resistor in a 2002 Nissan Maxima, locate the blower motor resistor under the glove compartment on the passenger side of the vehicle. There is a clip that is depressed and then the resistor will slide out. Remove both ends of the resistor and then replace with the new resistor.
A bad blower resistor will not make a vibrating noise by itself. Carefully remove the blower resistor (under the dash at the passenger side right foot area.) check to see that it is not hitting the fan. PS a bad blower resistor usually means that the blower will only operate at high speed. Usually a small fusible link on the resistor ceramic opens. Can be replaced with a small link of unmelted solder.
Non stop blower motor 92 maxima have searched the postings and found several similar reports but no solution you have a 92 maxima with auto climate control the blower fan runs at high speed and high?
Replace your blower motor resistor Resistor located under dash on passenger side in screwed into blower housing. May be able to be repaired. Requires soldering a small piece of "unmelted solder" across where the old fusible link was. look carefully at resistor. Or else just replace. Buy new. Junkyard resistor likely to be as bad as yours.
The blower motor resistor on a 2003 TJ/Wrangler (which I AM ASSUMING cannot be that different as compared to a 2002 Wrangler) is behind the glove box, on the passenger side. In the Jeep, on the control panel, there is the "fan knob" that you use to select one of four blower motor/fan settings when using the air conditioner or heater. The first three settings run thru the resistor. The fourth, the highest setting, does…
1998 Maxima SE - What if the blower only works on 4 no other settings work Any idea if it's the blower relay or something else?
The ac-heater blower motor stopped working on your 1998 Pontiac Bonneville SE - What could be wrong?
check for voltage at the blower motor on all settings. if no voltage check the blower motor resistor or relay. if it has a resistor it will be right beside the blower motor, if it has a relay it will be the relay on the firewall under the hood.it will probably have a purple,orange,blue,and black wires.
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…
Fig 15 Blower Motor Resistor NOTE: The blower motor resistor is located on the lower right side of the heater housing. REMOVAL # Remove lower right underpanel silencer/duct. # Disconnect wiring connectors on blower motor resistor. # Remove blower motor resistor retaining screws. # Pull blower motor resistor out of heater housing.
1997 Chevy pickup the blower on ac blows on high only does nothing on lower settings have change the blower motor but did not help?
That's a two-part question: The resistor is located behind the glovebox--you'll see it once the glovebox is removed. Even if the resistor is burned out, the blower should still work with the dial on the highest setting--the resistor controls the flow of current for settings 1, 2, and 3 on the dial. If the blower doesn't work at all, it's more than the resistor causing problems. If the heat doesn't work in colder weather, the…
To test the blower motor resistor, unplug the resistor connector. Each blower motor switch input terminal on the resistor must have continuity to the resistor output terminal, which is connected to the circuit going to the blower motor. If the blower motor resistor continuity does not check OK, replace the faulty resistor.You need a multimeter to test the resistor block and there should be continuity between all terminals.
My 2002 focus blower fan worked at the highest setting only and not 1,2 and 3. I fixed it by replacing the blue resistor pack held down by 1 screw behind the glove box next to the blower motor. : At first I checked the power supply to the blower motor connector. I was getting power only at setting 4 and none at other settings. : Fan blower electrical diagram showed that the only…
we had the same problem it ended up to be a vacuum line underneath the van Hey Michael=Check the resistor block on the evaporator case. Good luck, Joe I would start with the switch it should be the easiest and cheapest. Blower motor resistor most likely. [I agree with the blower motor resistor being the most likely cause. It is usually located next to the blower motor on most of these vans. Just follow the…
The resistor is located behind the glove box. 1) Remove the 2 glove box latck sctews. 2) Remove the 4 screws holding the glove box, 2 on the tow and 2 on the bottom. 3)With the glove box removed, you will see the resistor located below the blower motor. Un plug, remove the 2 screws, and replace with new.
Pull out the lock on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector to unlock the connector latch . Depress the latch on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector and disconnect the connector from the resistor. Remove the two screws that secure the blower motor resistor block to the HVAC housing. Remove the resistor block from the HVAC housing............