The 99 - 02 800 series uses a resistor to adjust blower motor speeds. On my vehicle the blower only runs on 4 and 5. The part number on the installed resistor is: 15305077 The latest GM part number is 89019089 (it was 898018597) and cost $47.46 including tax from the GM dealer. Aftermarket about $20 from parts store. The resistor is on the passenger side hidden by a formed plastic kick panel which attaches by 3 hex head screws. The size is 8mm and a deep socket is recommended for one screw in a rather annoying location. This one resides in a deep cavity opposite of the tranny hump. Once the cover is off, the resistor is easy to spot on the right side of the heater/AC box. Has a multiwire connector going in and on the back side two wires out to the blower motor. The screws on 99 and 01 are 7/32" and gold shaded. To get at the blower motor connection one has to remove the blower motor shield. And of course one of the two screws is in a blind location right next to the firewall. Both screws are again 7/32". I found that one could take off just the front screw and with a long thin blade screwdriver disengage the snap lock on the blower motor electrical connector.
the heater blower resistor is located on the passenger side footwell near the firewall. a complete how-to replace the resistor, along with photos is available on newcougar.org http://www.newcougar.org/forums/how-tos/3732-fixing-heater-blower-resistor-install-photos.html
If you are referring to the blower motor resistor, it is located behind the glove box and in the heater case.
The heater motor resistor should be located on the passenger side. In behind the glove box. Look underneath and remove three plastic pins on the panel cover. Their will be two wiring harnesses leading to the resistor. located about the centre of heater housing.
The blower motor is located in the same area as the resistor, it's held in with 3 screws. Removing them will allow the motor and wheel to drop down.
If the heater does not work, check: -heater fuses and/or any heater relays -heater control head -heater blower motor resistor
the heater resistor is located under the passenger sides dash (near the passengers feet). there is an access panel that you pull off. some have clips holding it on, some have screws. the blower resistor is located in the blower box. the resistor itself you will not be able to see, only the connector. usually there is about 5 wires on this connector and they are in a row. disconnect the connector, there is usually 1 or 2 screws that hold the resistor in the blower box. remove screws, remove resistor from the blower box. reverse procedure for reassembly. .
You'll find the heater blower motor resistor in the heater/air conditioner compartment. This compartment is location underneath the dashboard. This is the part that allows the heater blower motor to change the fan's speed.
Yes, located in the blower motor resistor pack. Follow the wires backward from the blower motor to find it.
Drop the glove box door; I believe you will then be able to see it. when you drop the glove box. the dog house is there. this is a van.
Most likely the blower resistor has failed. It is located under the hood in the side of the heater box.
Under glove box, find bundle of 4 wires and trace up to the heater assembly. That is the resistor. It is held on with two small screws. On my 1996, you almost have to stand on your head to see the resistor. Easy fix. Mine would only run on top heater fan speed until I changed it out. Now I have all speeds again.
The heater coil is located behind the dash board. You will have to remove the dashboard to get at the heater coil
The resistor is bolted into the evaporator case near the blower motor. It is accessed under the passenger side dashboard. The trim/carpet along the transmission needs to be removed. You can then unplug the connector and remove/replace the resistor.
The blower resistor on a 1999 Chevy truck Z1500 is located behind the glove compartment. There is also a resistor on the firewall next to the blower motor itself.
Blower motor resistor has failed
Defective heater resistor pack.
there is a resistor that controls the speed and should be near the blower motor its called blower motor resistor
It should be in the heater blower motor case which is located under the glovebox.
The 1999 Nissan Quest radiator fan resistor is attached to the back of the fan motor. The resistor should be labeled as such.
Inside the fuel tank.
On the evaporator case.
It is over the passenger side strut tower, accessible from under the hood.
A common problem is that the heater resistor/ circuit board is defective and need to be replaced. The main symptom is that the heater fan with not run on the three low speeds but will run on high.
On my '93 ford escort 1.9L, it is located under the dash, behind the heater control assembly.
The heater blower motor on a 1999 Subaru Impreza is in the engine compartment on the passenger side of the vehicle. It is located on the firewall.