It is located under the dash near the blower motor.
On the firewall to the right (when facing the firewall) of the blower motor.
You will need to replace the blower motor control unit located inside the blower motor housing, this part is not the same as the part on standard explorers, it is not the same blower motor resistor.
On the engine side of the firewall located approximately behind the position of the HVAC control module in the dash
If I'm not mistaken, it's behind the glove box passenger side.
i think what you are refering to is a blower staying on all the time, if so the blower motor has shorted the control module, you need to replace the blower motor and control module.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1986 Lincoln air conditioning blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan on the front of the blower motor. Reverse the process to install the new blower motor.
blower motor resistor thermal limiter is blown. Replace the blower motor resistor.
Something called a blower control module takes the place and is found in the hole where you would find a blower resistor, so there isn't a blower resistor in that vehicle. As far as the blower control module is concerned, the module is serviced as a unit. No part can be fixed or replaced. This is not to be confused with the control head in the dash. The blower control module is held into the heater box with two 8mm screws outside the firewall under the hood, where you would normally find the blower resistor pack.
remove the winshield warher tank. loosen the bolt under the pasanger side fender wall so that you can push it down a little. now loosen the three bolts on the firewll of the car where the blower is located and remove the hose above the blower so that you can pull out the blower. use the hose on the new blower and replace blower. screw on bolts and replace washer tank and your done.
under the blower motor housing. to the right
If your blower motor is either not turning itself off, or randomly turning itself on with the ignition off (and you have auto climate control), the problem is the blower control module. Located directly behind the blower motor, it takes information from the climate control, and is in charge of turning the blower on/off. To replace the blower control module, remove the splash shield under the passenger side dash (there's 3 plastic retainers hold it in place). The blower control module is located behind the blower motor, and is held in with 3 bolts. The 2 rearmost bolts (by the firewall) only need to be loosened, and the front one removed. The entire unit rotates down and can then be replaced.
o4 grand prix gt blower motor were is it located
bad blower switch located behind blower control.
The 2006 Toyota Corolla blower motor is located behind the glovebox. To reach it the glovebox and passenger side dash must be removed. The blower is located next to the evaporator. Remove the mount screws and disconnect the wire harness from the blower to remove it. Replace with new unit.
RH under hood, between blower and evaporator according to diagram. The blower control module is most likely the culprit. It was on my 87 covette ,easy to replace but cost about $150.00
blower fan location on a 1979 lincoln
You need to replace the blower motor resistor located near the glove box.
the blower motor resistor is located behind the blower motor which is located behind the glove box there is clip wires you need to disconnect and then connect the new one.
Change blower fan control switch in the dash
The blower switch is the knob you turn on the heater control in the dashboard. If you are talking about the blower motor resistor, it is located in the passenger's foot well area, mounted in the heater box.
replace the blower motor resistor. it is located on the firewall near the heater hoses.
resistor usually located by blower motor.blower only works on low or high,then replace resistor .do not replace hvac unit in dash waste of time and money
The thermal limiter is located to the right of the blower motor, behind the engine on the fire wall. It has two screws holding it in place. Disconnect the battery first and then unplug the connector, remove the two screws, pull it out of the fire wall and replace it. Install it in reverse order.
the problem may be the blower control module.it is located under the hood by the blower motor itself,on the right side.it has a wirer connector plugged into it.remove batt connection.then remove module by removing the two small bolts.look at module one of the coil windings will be bad,if so replace module.