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.
i think what you are refering to is a blower staying on all the time, if so the blower motor has shorted the control module, you need to replace the blower motor and control module.
neither,blower resistor or blower module controls fan speeds.
If the fan runs with the HVAC panel shut off, the blower resistor power module has failed.
First remove your door panel and interior lock module modular with T30 screwdriver. Then proceed to remove the window mechanism and your interior panel. A T20 screwdriver to remove the interior panel and lock module from the inside of door. Disconnect your control module and replace with a new.
On the auto temp unit it is called a blower power module.
Bad electronic resistor / blower module - replace.
Take the glove box out then behind it if you listen you can find the blower mtr not all the facts but its how far I got
blower motor module
Open hood . Disconnect blower module located near blower fan. Disconnect, if blower shuts off, repalce module
sounds like a defective blower module
the problem may be the blower control module.it is located under the hood by the blower motor itself,on the right side.it has a wirer connector plugged into it.remove batt connection.then remove module by removing the two small bolts.look at module one of the coil windings will be bad,if so replace module.
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?
There is none - usually it is the module in the top of the heater / blower box (resistor module) that is the problem.
behind the engine, next to the brake booster, a ring of 7mm screws finess it out wriggling it a little. replace the control module at the same time!!
Im trying to figure out how to replace my heater modual in my 2006 gmc, I have the part just need a diagram of where exactly it is located in my truck.
It may only be the resistor pack or the resistor module depending upon your climate control type.
The blower control module is located behind the icm module which is mounted to a bracket directly behind the glove box. The blower control module is mounted to the right side of the upper part of the blower housing. It actually seals the upper housing of the blower assembly. When removed you can see part of the fan wheel through the opening. Two 5.5mm socket size screws hold it in place to seal the upper housing. Remove only one and just loosen the other and it removes easily. You must have the connector to the blower itself disconnected to fully remove and replace. Its quite a bit of work to get to but if you have the paitence, it beats paying the mech/dealer mech to do it. Hope this helps.
The 2000 Chevrolet Corvette blower motor control module can be found behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the dashboard in order to access the module.
The blower motors only work with the engine running. If the blower motor has three wires on the electrical plug, then the blower motor module is built into the unit & it's very expensive. Sometimes, you can tap on the motor with a hammer & it may work or slowly turn. If this is the case, replace the blower motor.
Passenger side up under the glove box. First disconnect the battery. Control module is located behind the blower motor. You may have to remove the blower to get to the module. Unplug the motor before doing so. The wires that you unplug from the blower will go straight to the control module. You will have to contort yourself to get up under there to get to it but be patient and you will get it. There are 3 7/32 screws holding it in place. The back one being the toughest to get to because there is a firewall/guard in place but it can be pushed backwards to get to the last screw. Hope this helps you out. As i am writing this I am replacing mine as well on my 97 vette.
replace blower resistor
Replace blower control module. Usually the fan starts acting erraticaly and eventualy just stops.
2004 Pontiacs have a water problem. Water gets into the blower motors and into the blower motor control module and causes this problem.Remove the screws that hold the motor to the dash and see if motor is rusty if it is replace it.If no rust is there replace module.
The front blower motor power module is under the dash on the passenger side. It bolts to the bottom of the HVAC housing.