Where is the blower motor located on a 1994 Jeep Wrangler?
It should be located behind the glovebox under the passenger side of the dash area, close to the firewall.
I just had the blower replaced on my 1994 Jeep Wrangler Sahara and it is rather costly. First of all there are 2 blower motors, 1 is the heater blower motor and it is located behind the glove box. The other blower motor is for the A/C and it is located under the dash on the drivers side of the vehicle. It is labor intensive and cost me $240.00 and some change, not including parts…
I think you must be referring to a blower motor relay located most likely on the firewall toward the passenger side. But, i don't know exactly which relay is the blower motor relay, as there are several relays closely located together. your resister is located below your relays on firewall.follow the wiring from blower to firewall.left side of blower motor.2 screws hold the resister down,and 2 wire harness.hope this helps
How can you figure out which to replace the blower motor or blower motor resistor on a 1994 Nissan altima?
If you are referring to the blower motor, it is located centrally behind the motor on the firewall. There should be 6 bolts holding it in place and there is one wire connection to unclip. You may have to remove the bar that is located over the engine before you can pull out the blower motor. If you are putting in a used blower motor, make sure you have the matching gasket as they can…
disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor and remove the 3 screws from the blower motor housing.pull the blower motor and fan straight down. to remove fan from blower motor,squeeze spring clip togetherand slip fan off the shaft.some models have no clip or screw holding fanto shaft, in this case use 2 screwdrivers to pry it off.install fan onto blower motor housing and install blower motor into the heater housing.
Can a 1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic heater blower motor resistor be tested to see if it needs replacing?
Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait two minutes before working in the vicinity of the impact sonsors.Wait until the engine is completely cool before beginning this procedure. To access the blower resistor,carefully pull down the lower right under-dash panel.(Below the glove box)Remove the two screws and pull the blower motor resistor from the heater housing.The twisted pair of wires are the ones going to the blower motor.