Wiring problem. You also may have a car that shares fuses with other parts, that blow the fuse when you turn the part on. IE: Dodge vans have a problem that when you turn on the rear wiper you blow the fuse that also is connected to the air bag warning light. The air bag light goes off when a new fuse is installed. Check the web for blogs on your type of vehicle and then search for that area of concern.
The fuse for the heater, AC blower on the Ford Explorer is under the fuse box next to the master cylinder reservoir. It is fuse number 36.
check the blower fuse if the fuse is good the blower motor is bad or else you have short
Defective blower motor? See if it is sgetting power Blown fuse?
The 2003 Ford Expedition front air conditioner blower fuse can be found in the fuse box. The front air conditioner blower fuse will be the number six fuse.
check the hvac fuse first if that is ok check the thermistatic control switch make sure you have power going to the blower motor if there is power the blower motor is bad
If the AC stopped blowing air on your 2003 Toyota Echo, the blower fuse could be to blame. If the fuse is fine, it might be the blower resistor that needs to be replaced.
Blower motor located at the passenger side under the dash. Probably the blower motor but you need to check the blower motor resistor and the plug to the resistor. A common cause is the plug tends to melt & short out.
fuse, wiring, blower motor, blower motor switch, blower motor resistor
Check the fuse and relay to start. If these are ok, then check the blower switch, the resister, then the blower motor itself.
If you are saying the blower motor will not work, then check the fuse. If the fuse is not blown, then it is possibly a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack, blower motor, or blower motor speed control switch, in that order.If you are saying the blower motor will not work, then check the fuse. If the fuse is not blown, then it is possibly a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack, blower motor, or blower motor speed control switch, in that order.
If your blower blows at one low speed and max your resistors could be to blame. If there is no max at all; then the orange 16Ga fusible link could be the culprit. To backprobe: It is a large sized red wire that connects to the blower relay. No blow at all: HTR/AC fuse, or the blower itself has blown. To check HTR/AC fuse: Turn on the AC; if you get a click-it isn't the fuse. To check the blower: A voltmeter or 12v test light will determine if there is juice to the blower. A rare case would be the control head contacts getting gummed up. If the blower works on the 3 low speeds but not on high speed, the blower relay is bad
It is either the fuse or relay. also check the heater/ ac control switch.
Check to see if it is getting power - if so replace motor - if not check fuse, relays and switch
Disconnect the electrical connection at the blower fan motor, put a new fuse back in and see if the truck starts and runs without blowing the fuse. If so replace the blower fan motor. If the fuse still blows, disconnect the ac clutch wire from the ac compressor and try again.
Yes, the fuse is in the under hood fuse box.
Check the fuse
Blower motor not working? Bad fuse, relay or motor See if you are getting power to motor
I have changed resistor a d blower motor still not working, maybe i missed a fuse or could the control switch not work?
It can also be a blown fuse, or a defective blower motor resistor pack.
there are actually 3 fuses ( that i have found) 2 are in the fuse panel below and to the left of the steering column marked ac and auxilary ac/heat. my 1993 g3500 vandura also has an inline 20 amp fuse wired in between the fuse panel and the rear blower motor switch.
Below the blower motor
Check the fuses.If not the fuse, test the resistor down by the blower motor.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
If you mean the compressor, then it could be: A blown fuse, bad AC switch, or low freon. If you mean the blower fan, same problems above, but add a bad fan switch, or regulator.