The 2005 Pontiac fan motor resistor is located on the back of the fan motor. The fan motor resistor is attached to the fan motor with two retaining screws.
Defective Heater Resistor Pack.
where to find heater resistor 2004
Try looking under the passenger side foot area. The blower motor will be there, and the blower motor resistor should be there also, will have a wiring harness and I believe 2 bolts holding it.
The Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective. Replace it.
what i did for a ground on my girlfriends 96 sunfire was in the trunk there are hooks that hold the cargo net and the carpet down. unscrew it and just place the ground cable in between the bolt and where it will be screwed into that works fine.
IT IS LOCATED ON DRIVER SIDE OF ENGINE BEHIND THE THERMOSTATE HOUSEING IT HAS TWO WIRES YELLOW AND BROWN HOPE THIS HELPS
Behind glove box
Yes it will.
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.
I am no expert; but, according to my Montana repair manual, the blower motor resistor is located under the dash on the passenger side. It can be accessed from inside the car. It's located behind the fan motor
The 1999 Nissan Quest radiator fan resistor is attached to the back of the fan motor. The resistor should be labeled as such.
The blower motor fan cools the resistor so the resistor is usually located close to the blower.
The blower rheostat on a 93 Pontiac Grand Am is located inside the engine bay, just to the right of the blower fan housing. It is almost directly behind the trans dipstick. It isn't that hard to replace.
blower motor resistor is bad
If you mean the HVAC fan, the resistor should be located within the fuse block.
Replace the fan blower resister
check to see if the thermostat is hung open or your temperature sensor for your fan is out and causing your fan on your radiator to run continuously when key is on.
I had a similar problem in a Pontiac Sunfire. The guy at the dealership said it's a common problem with the switches they use for fan control in Chevy/Pontiac vehicles. It's about a $10 part.
Buy a new one and you will see what it looks like and it is mounted on the evaporator case.
Check for a bad blower resistor at blower motor
the blower fan resistor is located in behind the glove compartment to the left of the blower motor. you have to remove glove compartment to get at resistor.
If the AC is on constantly, the fan will be on constantly. If that's not it, it mught be the fan relay or the temperature sensor.
in the bottom of the fan housing located on the passenger side footwell.
easiest to pull blower motor then you can get at resistor, best to have a flexible extension (not a swivel) and you can access the bolts easier