Where do you locate the resister for the blower switch on a 94 Maxima?
The resistor is located behind the glove box and is held in place with two screws. Remove the glove box (approximately 10 screws) to gain access to the core housing the resistor. You'll see a connector with three wires attached directly in front of you. Remove the two screws securing the resistor to the core. Should have a number of prongs (heat sinks) protruding from one side.
Most likely the resister is burnt out. When you use less than full blower, the blower speed switch shunts the 12v power though a resister to drop the voltage to the blower motor, slowing the blower speed. When the multi-speed resister is burnt out, it is, 'open circuited'. So no electricity can pass though to the blower. When the blower switch is on 'full', the resister is bypassed, allowing full power to the fan motor…
ether the blower motor or the blower motor resister is bad. it could also be the contact in the speed switch in the dash. i woul try the blower resister first it sthe mos t inexpeceve. on the 96 model it is on top of the blower box on the passanger side be hind the glove box remove the glove box and there are some relays in the way remove those bolts and then remov…
If the fan only blows on high on a 2002 jeep liberty is the relay switch bad or is it the fan motor?
On a 99 Jeep wrangler the fan blower doesn't work yet when you apply direct power to the motor it works. Is it the switch in the dash or is there a relay or something else causing the problem HELP win?
What is wrong if a 2001 Mecruy Sable's air conditioning fan was running but suddenly stopped blowing cold air and a puff of smoke came out of the air conditioning vents?
On sables and tauruses there is a defect with the blower motor resister which causes a short in the electrical circut from the power distrabution box to the blower switch to the resister in the a/c housing(the smoke) start by repairing the wires to the resister and the resister your local ford dealer has these parts. then check along the circut for any other damage.
Blower on your 2000 Grand Prix only works on high you have checked blower motor resister fuses and switch All ok What now?
Well it is apparent that all is not ok. The speed of the blower motor is controlled by the blower motor speed control switch and the blower motor resistor pack. One of those two items is your problem. I would bet the blower motor resistor pack is defective. The only way to know for sure is to replace it.
I've got a 96' Dakota the fuses are good I've replace the blower motor and have power going to the plug in which you plugged the brand new blower motor into the blower motor still does not run wtf?
What would cause the heater fan rear defroster to not work on a 1991 Chevy caprice the heater fan only works on the highest setting?
If the heater fan on your 1991 Caprice only works on "High" the problem is more than likely the resister assembly in your blower circuit or poor connections at the resister assembly. When the switch is in the "high" position the current does not flow through the resister assembly it flows directly to the coil of the blower relay. When the switch is in "low", "medium 1", or "medium 2" position the current flows through…
What would cause a blower motor to turn off and then turn on either right away or maybe hours later?
My blower motor in my 98 Pontiac sunfire works when it is at the highest 2 settings but it does not work on the lower 2 settings. why is this?
More than likely the culprit is a defective blower motor resistor pack. It can be the switch itself, but it is unlikely. I replaced the switch and had the same problem, its most likely the resister, this is a recall so your local ford dealer should fix it for free if not id call up ford and complain
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.