THATS BECAUSE POWER IS ROUTED AROUND THE RESISTOR BLOCK WHEN YOU SELECT HI-YOU NEED A NEW(BLOWER MOTOR) RESISTOR BLOCK-SHOULDNT COST MORE THAN 20 -30 DOLLARS AT NAPA
The resistor block or blower motor resistor is used to control the speed of the blower motor. That is how you get the lower speeds on your air conditioning or heater. The higher the resistance the lower the speed of the motor.
It is a resistor or a group of resisters used to control the flow or current in a circuit. Like the resistor block in a car controls the speed of the a/c blower.
Pull out the lock on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector to unlock the connector latch . Depress the latch on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector and disconnect the connector from the resistor. Remove the two screws that secure the blower motor resistor block to the HVAC housing. Remove the resistor block from the HVAC housing............
To test the blower motor resistor, unplug the resistor connector. Each blower motor switch input terminal on the resistor must have continuity to the resistor output terminal, which is connected to the circuit going to the blower motor. If the blower motor resistor continuity does not check OK, replace the faulty resistor.You need a multimeter to test the resistor block and there should be continuity between all terminals.
this resistor is located next to the blower motor in the heater plenum. the coils sit in the air stream. remove the connector and the fasteners and pull the resistor block out.
It's in the resistor block, which in the diagrams comes right after the fan control switch
They are on the left, right, and rear of the block.
behind the glove box
It will be in the fuse block under the hood.
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.
Behind the glove compartment on the dash.
The blower motor resistor block is located on the underside of the HVAC housing (Heater Box) next to the blower motor. The blower motor is located at the right side of the dashboard. You can access the blower motor resistor block from under the dashboard. A Word of Caution! Stay clear of the blower motor resistor block heat sink - It could be Hot. Incidentally, I have read about people working on their dashboards and setting off the airbag. It is a good thing to disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery and make sure that it can not touch the battery post. Wait at least a couple of minutes for the airbag system to discharge.
What do you mean resistor block, what does is do. There is not such thing called that. Controls fan speed... somewhere in dash Blower motor resistor? It's way up under the passenger side of the dash. You have to take the blower motor out. Right up next to the firewall. You should take out the passenger seat to get up in there.
Chances are that the blower resistor is blown. The resistor is located on the bottom of the blower, located in the passenger side footwell. If the problem is with the resistor them the blower will only work on high speed, other than that it might be a broken wire.
Sounds like a bad blower motor resistor block.
The high-speed relay is part of the blower resistor board, mounted in the air duct behind the coolant/washer bottles. Follow the wires from the blower motor, they lead to the resistor connector block that the blower resistor board is plugged into.
It is on the front of the block, just above oil pan level.
They are located on the side of the engine block on each side of the engine.
99% of the time, the blower motor relay, or resistor block,will be bad if the fan motor only works on high speed.
Blower Motor Resistor: Testing and Inspection Warning: On vehicles equipped with air bags, disable the airbag system before attempting any steering wheel, steering column, or instrument panel component diagnosis or service. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative (Ground) cable, then wait two minutes for the airbag system capacitor to discharge before performing further diagnosis or service. This is the only way to disable the air bag system. Failure to take the proper pre-cautions could result in accidental air bag deployment and possible personal injury. For circuit descriptions and diagrams, refer to the appropriate wiring information. The wiring information includes wiring diagrams, proper wire and connector repair procedures, further details on wire harness routing and retention, as well as pin-out and location views for the various wire harness connectors, splices and grounds. 1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2. Remove the glove box from the instrument panel. 3. Disconnect the wire harness connector from the blower motor resistor block. 4. Check for continuity between each of the blower motor switch input terminals of the resistor and the resistor output terminal. In each case there should be continuity. If OK, repair the wire harness circuits between the blower motor switch and the blower motor resistor, blower motor or blower motor relay as required. If not OK, replace the faulty blower motor resitor block. How to replace the blower motor resistor block: Caution: Stay clear of the blower motor and resistor block (Hot). Do not operate the blower motor with the resistor block removed. 1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2. Remove the glove box from the instrument panel. 3. Pull out the lock on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector to unlock the connector latch. 4. Depress the latch on the blower motor resistor wire harness connector and disconnect the connector from the resistor. 5. Remove the two screws that secure the blower motor resistor block to the HVAC housing. 6. Remove the resistor block from the HVAC housing. Installation: 1. Position the blower motor resistor block into the HVAC housing. 2. Install the two screws that secure the resistor block to the HVAC housing. Tighten the screws to 2.2 Nm (20 in. lbs.) 3. Connect the wire harness connector to the resistor block. 4. Push in the lock on the blower motor resistor wire harness connecgtor to lock the connector latch. 5. Install the glove box. 6. Reconnect the battery negative cable. 7. Have a nice day!
Screwed to the engine block. If you crawl under the vehicle and look closely you will find it.
in the fuse block to the left of the stering colum at knee level inside acess pannel
The blower motor resister block is located in the center of the dash. Remove the complete glovebox and look to the left and you will see it...............
when you find it can you let me know i have the same prob the blower only works on high