under hood, passenger side, firewall, in heater fan motor case, it is actually a module on this car, expensive. 4 or 5 wires,mounts from the top of black plastic heater case.
sounds like a defective blower module
Blower motor resistors are generally found nearby the blower motor.
The blower motor resistor is located just above the blower motor under the hood. It should have an electrical connector plugged into it and some screws holding it in place.
usually on or near the top of the blower motor behind glove box area
Check to see if you are getting power to motorIf so motor is defectiveIf not check fuses and relay
The blower motor resistor is under the glove box. There's a plastic cover over it. You remove the cover and you'll see a connector that is plugged into the resistor. You can see pictures at www.timsjeepblog.com.
Can't give you a diagram but the blower speed resistor is under the hood, on the passenger side firewall not far from the blower motor in plain sight.
usually what causes that is the blower motor resistor. Get a volt meter and test it according to it's values, 90 percent of the time it's the RESISTOR.
Bad blower motor? Blown blower motor fuse? Bad fan switch? Bad blower resistor pack?
Drop the glove box door and you will see it.
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.
the resistor is located in the blower module which is located under the hood by the a/c evaprator case
Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective.
More than likely the blower motor resistor pack is defective. The fix is to replace it.
I just replaced my blower motor resistor in a 95 town and country. pretty easy its located on the fire wall passenger side. Facing the van, open the hood its top left almost under the hood hinge with the harness plugged into it. pull off the harness and the two screw bolts replace and your done.
Blown fuse, bad fan speed control switch, bad blower motor resistor pack, bad blower motor, or loose or disconnected wiring.
The blower motor is fuse 5 on the interior fuse panel
The blower motor resistor is right in the top of the blower box, under the dash. If you remove the glove box you'll have access to the upper portion of the box. On the top, right below the dash, you'll see some wiring connectors and the blower motor relay. remove the bracket and relay and you'll see where the resistor wiring harness connects. there isn't much room back there but you can remove the 2 screws and pull the resistor up out of there. it takes a little work and you may have to bend the wire coils a little but you can get it out without removing the dash - which is what a guy at the parts store told me I would have to do.
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.
The blower motor is located in the passengers compartment near the right side of the HVAC module...............
It's behind the glove compartment. I had to remove about eight screws to pull of the glove compartment door and glove compartment molded plastic trim. If you are looking for the blower motor resistor. I found it. The blower motor is the roundish part on the far left hand side of the glove compartment opening. Out of the bottom of the blower motor are four wires in a common cable with a connector at the end. Disconnect this common cable connector. It is connected to the blower motor resistor with two screws. It will look like you are removing a connector, but the back side of this part has a what looks like a fin cooler. That part in your hands is the resistor (really) The part number will be on the connector P/N 27150 1E400.
I assume it's very similar to a '95 jeep cherokee. It's under the glove box. To see some pictures and instructions for replacing the blower motor resistor, go to www.timsjeepblog.com.
the blower motor is behind motor on fire wall must remove your radiator fill bottle .carlo puchades
behind the washer fluid tank
The blower motor of a 95 Chevy Caprice is located in the left, rear area of the engine compartment. It acts as the fan which operates the air conditioner and heater.