The blower in my 2001 Honda Civic did not stop working.
2004 ford expedition front blower not working
Your air conditioner blower may have stopped working because the blower motor isn't working. You can replace the blower or replace the air conditioner.
Yes. This happened to me on 4/15/2012 in a 2003 Ford Taurus. I had been driving for about 45 minutes into a 2.5 hour trip when the following things stopped working (not all at once), over about a 20 minute timeframe... 1.) Battery light and ABS light on the dashboard came on. Tachometer stopped working (with the engine still running). 2.) Hard and/or uneven shifting from the automatic transmission (about 5 minutes later). 3.) Speedometer stopped working while I was driving (around 10 minutes later). 4.) AC and blower stopped working 5 or 10 minutes later. 5.) Car started to sputter. It stalled about 1 minute later after I pulled it over and put it in park. I checked the battery while still in the car. It read around 8.5 volts. After removing the battery, it read around 10.5 volts. I put a new battery in and it started right up. It has ran fine since with the new battery.
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
ac blower not working .
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, defective blower motor, or loose or disconnected wiring.
Check to see if you are getting power to the blower motor - if so motor is defective if not problem in circuitry to blower motor
Check the blower resister and then check the blower motor switch..
I dont know anything about cars but my blower stopped working in my car and I took it to the mechanic and he changed a fuse and it started working again. Then a couple of months later the blower stoped blowing again and I took it back to the mechanic and he said the fuse is fine it might be the blower moter, how can I tell, I think it's a loose wire because my radio was removed and everysince my radio was removed my blower has been giving me problems.
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor - if so replace blower motor If not check fuse, switch, resistor pack.
My wife's 2008 Tacoma blower motor stopped working at around $70,000 miles. If you kick the motor housing and it turns on/operates at normal speed, you will have to replace the blower motor. I got one from auto zone for about $100.00, that was 6 months ago. I have a new problem now. Mine is working on all of the settings, but is very weak. I am looking at the blower motor resistor, and trying to find out how to test it.
A blower motor shutting off with a battery charge light lit might mean that there is a problem with the power supply going to the blower motor. A bad battery or alternator could also be the cause for this.
Same thing happened to me this morning. Hopefully it's the blower fuse. Will check it out later today.
Check blower motor fuse Check to see if compressor is working
The blower motor, or blower motor relay is probably out.
If it suddenly stopped working at all speeds, it probably is a blown fuse.
CAUTION!!! This may be a problem with the alternator and the charging. Blower fan will stop working if alternator is not charging. You may also see the battery light and brake light staying on as well! Advance Auto Parts or Auto-zone can test your alternator/battery.
my infinity g-20 blower not working
Well in my case (91) previa the connection inside f the blower housing had vibrated loose.
on my 99 Sephia the Blower is located under the dash on the passenger side.
The first thing that you need to check will be to make sure that you are getting both power and ground and go from there.....................
You can test your heater blower motor by connecting a ground wire to the ground. Connect a power wire, from the battery to the positive post. If the blower motor turns it is working, and if it does not it is bad.
Depends on the year. You could try the resistor first since it is the cheapest. If not that, then check the fuses, relays and wiring to the control head. Then lastly, change the motor.
Check the blower motor fuse. Also check the fan relay and resister pack, If all of these are ok then the blower motor probably is bad.