I had the same problem with my 2000 TC, Check the blower control module. It's mounted on the fire wall in the engine compartment (right side) almost behind the throttle body. It should have a red and white label on it. It's kind of hard to get to, but that's probally your problem.
I had the same problem on my 99TC.
Tap on the control modual with a screwdriver.
My first guess would be the blower motor resister. My second guess would be the switch and or plug into the back of the switch.
A loose connection at the motor and/or bad ground at the blower motor. If it is getting current then the motor may have a bad spot/ high amp draw and need to be replaced.
Blown fuse? Bad blower motor? Bad blower motor resistor? Bad blower motor switch?
Could be, a blown fuse, a bad blower motor, a burned out blower motor speed resistor, a bad blower motor switch,
Defective blower motor or blower motor resistor pack.
it sounds like your ignition switch, i ran into a similar problem, your power goes through your ignition switch for your blower motor.
I assume that you can see the blower motor from the engine compartment It would be near the firewall ( the metal wall that divides the passenger compartment from the engine compartment ) on the right side ( towards the passenger side ) of the engine
No, that would have no bearing on the blower motor. Check the fuse, blower motor resistro pack, and the blower motor itself.
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I would suspect the blower motor speed resistor is bad.
I would suspect the blower motor speed resister is shot.
If you are referring to the blower motor squealing, then I would suspect the blower motor bearings have failed.
If you have checked the blower motor and it does function when power is applied then I would suspect the Blower Motor Resistor Pack is defective. It is also possible the blower motor speed control is bad, but highly unlikely.
If the blower motor randomly and intermittenly quits and does not work, chances are good the blower motor itself is faulty, if the blower motor does not work on all fan speeds from low through high, it most likely needs a blower motor resistor.
Probably a bad blower motor resistor
The blower motors only work with the engine running. If the blower motor has three wires on the electrical plug, then the blower motor module is built into the unit & it's very expensive. Sometimes, you can tap on the motor with a hammer & it may work or slowly turn. If this is the case, replace the blower motor.
If you only have high speed I would blame the blower speed resister. If you have no speeds and the fuse is good, I would blame the blower motor or the switch.
Is it the blower motor or is it the fans in the front?if its the fans they will come on at anytime to help cool engine down better.If its the blower motor for the interior heat and air you got a electrical problem. Is it the blower motor or is it the fans in the front?if its the fans they will come on at anytime to help cool engine down better.If its the blower motor for the interior heat and air you got a electrical problem. If it is the blower motor for your heater then it is definatly you blower resistor
The blower motor is going bad and drawing too much current.The blower motor is going bad and drawing too much current.
The year, make and model info would help but in most cases the blower motor resistor can be found close to the heat blower motor. So locate the blower motor and the resistor should be very close to it.
Check at the blower motor itself. Have it turned on and tap the end of the blower motor with a hammer. I did this and found out that the blower motor was going out. The blower motor is on the top passenger side under the hood. Also check the wire connections. Make sure they are seated good. If this includes for the heater then I would say the blower motor is bad.
I have a 2002 Chevy Impala and I had the same question. Mine is under the passenger side glove box in back of the blower motor up against the firewall. Mine is very hard to get at, I am thinking of taking the blower motor off so I can get at it better. Anyway, I would guess it would be right by the blower motor...:)
blower motor has a short. replace blower motor
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
The blower motor speed resistor is burned out. The resistor is located close to the blower motor and is easy to change. Your local auto parts store will have that part for you.