the resistor is under the glove box lower panel.There are several wires leading to it with a three or four prong plug on the end.There are two screws holding it into the heater housing.You will also have to remove a small cover that conceals your vacuum control for the air damper. I've posted the details of how to change this resistor (with pictures) at www.timsjeepblog.com.
Blower motor resistors are generally found nearby the blower motor.
In my '95 cherokee, the blower motor resistor is under the glove box. I assume it's about the same on a 1990. I posted instructions (with pictures, so at least you'll know what you're looking for) for replacing it on www.timsjeepblog.com.
I don't know how similar a '99 and a '95 are, but I've posted detailed directions (with pictures) for replacing a '95 blower motor resistor at www.timsjeepblog.com.
You need to replace blower motor resistor.
The blower motor is located under the windshiel washer reservoir on the pasenger side of the vehicle next to the firewall.
The Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective. Replace it.
It does not have a ballast resistor, those were used for ignition systems 30+ years ago. It does have a blower motor resistor that is located behind the glove box.It does not have a ballast resistor, those were used for ignition systems 30+ years ago. It does have a blower motor resistor that is located behind the glove box.
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
clean the heat filters
Check the resistor pack on or near the fan , it may have melted and needs to be replaced.
sounds like a blower motor resistor, mounted under passenger side of the dash on the fresh air intake box. has small hex bolts holding it on. you probably need a new blower motor and the old one with worn bearings is drangging and blowing out the resistor. its very very common. i replaced mine twice when i should have replaced the motor first! they are expensive!
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 2002 Montero blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the front of the blower motor. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
If your blower is only working on the high setting its most likely the fan blower resistor that needs replacing, which is a cheap fix. I've had to replace the resistor on both my 98 Jeep Sport and my little 94 Mazda MX-3. As for the squealing I think its most likely your belt needs replacing or re-tightening, or it could be a worn bearing on the water pump.
The blower motor on a 1992 is located under the hood. It is on the firewall on the passenger side.
your blower resistor is going bad
Most likely it is a resistor that has blown on the back of the controls.
Its on the passenger side underneath the dash. Take off the kick panel that's right below the glove compartment (2 screws you can see underneath, 2 you have to take off the glove compartment door to get to). Once you get that off, its really easy to see. There are 2 bolts (size about 7mm) holding it in and a locking clip with the 4 blower swith wires coming out.
Not sure how to help, other than you will have to use bolts that fit.
stuck to the washer jug in the finder
blower fan not working
Inside the HVAC housing, under the dash on the passenger side.
Yes but the vehicle is under warranty and you need the dealer to repair this for you free of charge, don't mess with it because you will void out the warranty........
Its in behind the glove compartment. Remove your glove box and you will see it. Its white and king of oval shaped. You can pick some up at a wrecker for about 25 cents (thats what I paid). You may have to pull it out yourself, about a ten minute job all in.
Two on the engine, one on the transmission/transfer case.
the heater blower fan is in the heater housing assembly on the passenger side. You need to take out the whole housing assembly in order to access the blower.