sounds like a blower motor resistor, mounted under passenger side of the dash on the fresh air intake box. has small hex bolts holding it on. you probably need a new blower motor and the old one with worn bearings is drangging and blowing out the resistor. its very very common. i replaced mine twice when i should have replaced the motor first! they are expensive!
I assume it's very similar to a '95 jeep cherokee. It's under the glove box. To see some pictures and instructions for replacing the blower motor resistor, go to www.timsjeepblog.com.
In my '95 cherokee, the blower motor resistor is under the glove box. I assume it's about the same on a 1990. I posted instructions (with pictures, so at least you'll know what you're looking for) for replacing it on www.timsjeepblog.com.
I assume that you have a ford topaz/tempo. Blower fan not working. First check to see if there is power to the blower. Its behind the glove box. Just unplug the power input, and check for power, sometimes even with power, the blower just might have a bad ground,or be finished, be prepared to remove it, not a big job. Also check the switch at the on/off control.
I assume you mean "heater". And a sudden failure is probably just the motor going bad.
It can also be a blown fuse, or a defective blower motor resistor pack.
It could be the blower itself as well. The first thing I would do is find the wattage of the blower (dc, I assume.) and connect the ground. Is there power to the unit?
By blower I assume you the motor.It is located under the hood,where the right inner & outer fender meet the firewall.
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.
I assume it's very similar to my 95 cherokee. I've posted instructions (with pictures) for replacing the radio at www.timsjeepblog.com.
I would assume to light up the footwell.
Since you're checking the resistor, I would assume you checked the fuse/relay for the blower motor. If not check that. If you have then there would be an open wire between the relay and the resistor.
The AC in all years of Jeep Cherokees blows......it also sucks. Go figure... It takes a really good automotive engineer to create a system that is so subject to failure and so difficult to repair. Good luck to you !! answer: I have to assume you have a Grand Cherokee. If the blower motor is not coming on the most common failure is a poor connection at the blower resistor module (located under the dash on the right side close to the firewall) this usually causes the wiring terminals to overheat and melt damaging the wire terminals and blower resistor module. this condition is most common on models with dual zone a/c system. you will need a new blower resistor module and a wiring connector repair package (available at dealer)
I assume you mean "inertia". That is related to mass.
possibly not turned off.
Not to assume anything...There are two primary fans on the typical vehicle: engine / radiator cooling fans and the heater blower fan.Both are covered in the "Related Questions" below.
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I would assume it would. I haven't worked with those specific years but everything I've seen with the Cherokee(and jeep in general) is that most years are interchangeable as long as they are same engine size.
It can be a number of things. First check the fuses then make sure the blower motor is operative. If all checks ok, take it to a garage.Let's not assume an a/c problem if the air is not blowing. This is usually due to a burnt out blower motor resistor. The various speeds of the blower are controlled by this resistor pack. It is cheap to replace and is usually located behind the heater/AC controls on the dash. This pack can fail in different ways to where some blower speed positions work and others don't. If there is no air blowing at all I would check it. Just ask for a blower motor resistor at a local parts store. They fail enough that its a stock item.Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/When_the_air_conditioner_is_on_in_a_1999_jeep_grand_cherokee_limited_why_does_air_not_blow#ixzz1NhcqvpsE
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I assume when you turn on the fan, nothing is blowing at you. If so, possibilities include fuse, switch, wiring, relay and blower motor .
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