Defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.
directly under the glove compartment
Yes, located in the blower motor resistor pack. Follow the wires backward from the blower motor to find it.
Follow the wires from your blower to the connector it is attached to and that is your Resistors. Some models have two screws holding the resistor pack into the black plastic ductwork. Others say to "cut here" so that you removed the black plastic sealing in the resistor pack. Chevy, GMC all resistor packs similar installation but slightly different types and locations.
try looking at your resistor pack on the passsenger side lower the blower motor down and there is a heat coil and resistor in there
Defective heater resistor pack.
On the blower housing. Remove the glove box to gain access.
If yourtalking about the heater blower, I believe they are hidden behind the glove box inner liner.
The blower motor resistor pack is defective. Replace it.
There is a resistor pack operated by the fan switch. It has failed. You need to replace it.
The HVAC resistor pack is used to provide the various speeds of the blower motor for heating and A/C. According to other sources, the resistor pack mounts to the rear of the blower motor, which is located under the passenger side dash.
The 2005 Ford F1 50 pickup truck blower motor resistor pack can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor resistor pack is on the passenger side of the firewall.
Hi, The Blower Motor Resistor pack is mounted right next to the blower motor. You have to remove the insulator panel from the passenger side floor board area to get to the blower motor and the resistor pack. Once you have that off, the resistors and blower motor are near the firewall, and can be removed by taking out the screws that hold them in place. I believe there are 3 or 4 screws that hold the motor and 2 screws for the resistor pack. There should be a "Related Link" at the left of this answer that will give you more details.
It is not a fuse problem. The HVAC resistor pack is defective. Replace it.
I am pretty sure that a 97 and 99 are the same. On a 99 Tahoe the blower motor resistor pack is on top of the air box. Remove the glove compartment door, the blower itself will be on the right side. All the way to the far left on top of the air box there is a plug. Unplug and remove the 2 small screws. With some manipulation the resistor pack will lift out.
pull right panel under dash it is held in by clips. directly under the blower panel there are 4 wires together.unclip the wires and there are two screws remove theme and the resistor will come out.
The blower motor resistor pack is accessed from inside the vehicle, not from the engine compartment. Exactly where it is I cannot say. Follow the wires from the blower motor and you will find it.
Hey George==The switch probably is ok Check out the resistor pack on the evaporator case. GoodluckJoe
Bad fan switch Bad fuse Bad resistor pack on blower motor Bad blower motor
The thermal fuse in the blower motor resistor pack has blown. This is a very common occurrence on this car. A replacement resistor pack costs about $18. It is fairly easy to replace if you have mechanical experience. Search the web for "blower motor resistor replacement sebring 1999" and you'll find lot's of explanations of how to swap it out. One caution> DO remove the pack by taking out the two 8mm screws, THEN disconnect the connector. Trying to disconnect the connector while the pack is still in position will drive you nuts. Spray the inside of the connector with silicone spray (from your parts store where you get the resistor pack, about $3 for a can) before putting the connector back together (don't get it on the resistor coils). This will make the connector slide together much easier.
The blower fans on these cars run very quietly on all but the maximum setting- ensure that the fan is really not working first by holding your hand in front of the vent with the fan on low and checking that is it not moving any air. Replace the resistor pack.
Defective blower motor Resistor Pack. Replace it.
chevy trucks have the blower resistor pack in the bottom of the airbox on the passenger side under the dash. i would assume the suv's would be the same.
First thing is check the fuses. Then find the resistor pack and remove it front the mounting pins unplug the input leads. use volt meter to check input voltage. Should tell you what the leads are on the body of the resistor pack. If you get good voltage at that point - turn on the fan control (with the ignition key on) and check to output of the resistor pack. You will have to remove leads from the fan to do this. If there is no voltage on the output side - bad resistor pack, else bad fan motor. Check fan motor using jumper wires from the input connector that you verified earlier to the fan. These fans have a lot of torque so hold it tightly - may need a helper for this step.
Defective switch, resistor pack, or blower motor.