It is not a fuse problem. The HVAC resistor pack is defective. Replace it.
Replace the HVAC resistor pack, it is defective.
It should be called the auto HVAC blower motor resistor wire harness. Goes from the auto climate blower motor resistor to the blower motor.
The resistor for the HVAC blower motor gives you all the lower speeds. High speed is separate.
Defective heater resistor pack. Defective blower motor resistor, check out this site http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=70
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............
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AnswerDefective heater resistor pack. Also when you say high do you mean just setting "5" if so than it is simply a fauly/blown fuse it should be in the fuse box in the glove box labeled some thing like "hvac fan" or "hvac low".had same problem and it was the ignition switch not the resistor
The blower resistor is behind the glove box. It mounts to the HVAC housing.
If you mean the HVAC fan, the resistor should be located within the fuse block.
Blown fuse, bad switch, defective blower motor, or bad HVAC resistor pack. Wet fish caught in fan blades??
it is just on the outer case of hvac module,and connected with wiring harness and near to the blower motor of hvac
The 2005 Ford F1 50 pickup truck blower motor resistor pack can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor resistor pack is on the passenger side of the firewall.
Under the hood on top of the HVAC box.
Bad blower motor, defective blower motor resistor pack, or a bad blower motor speed control. Apply 12 volts to the motor to see if it is good. Bypass the switch to see if the switch is bad. If they are both good, then the resistor pack is bad. More than likely the resistor pack is your problem. They are notorious for going bad.
Not knowing what the vehicle is, they are generally found close to the blower motor.
Yes it is a requirement to go through HVAC training to Become a HVAC repairman. You are taught all the essentials that you need in order to repair the damaged equipment.
The blower motor resistor is located on the lower right side of the HVAC unit housing inside the the vehicle under the dash on the passengers side........
If the fan works on at least one of the settings then it most likely the resistor pack. The fan either works or doesn't work.
Either it's the switch on the dash (unlikely) or the blower motor resistor pack (very likely). The resistor pack is usually easy to replace.
If you are referring to the blower motor resistor, it is located behind the glove box and in the heater case.
If you are saying the blower motor only works on the high speed setting, then the problem is a bad HVAC Resistor Pack.
the resistor pack is situated passenger side under glove box, behind the right side foot well trim towards the back. A few screws hold this in place. My son changed the resistor for me today.
There is a Blower Motor Resistor Pack. Either the blower motor speed control switch itself is defective or the Resistor Pack is bad.
The 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier resistor pack fan control switch is located on the back of the fan motor. The fan motor is located directly behind the fan.