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blower motor bad or no power to it chech fuses blower switch blower motor
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.
First check the fuses. If the fuses are okay I would suspect the switch and plug had a meltdown or the blower motor itself is shot. If it was the blower speed resistor that was shot you would still have high speed.
Check your fuses.
Check the fuses first and the blower relay.
Assuming you have no speeds including HI I would check for power at the connection at the blower motor with ignition and switches on. If you have power the motor is shot. If you have no power go back and check the fuses. If the fuses are good check the switch and electrial plug at the switch for damage. If the blower motor speed resistor was burned out you would still have HI speed.
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.
The blower may simply have burned out. If the blower is out then the heater probably still works.
Defective blower motor or blower motor resistor pack.
the first thing you want to check is the fuses and relays. if those are good the fan motor, resistors, switch or wiring could be the problem.
Blown fuse? Bad blower motor? Bad blower motor resistor? Bad blower motor switch?
If the blower motor does not run at any speed, and you are positive the fuse is good, then it is either a defective blower motor, blower motor speed control, bad Blower Motor Resistor Pack, or loose, corroded, or disconnected wiring. I would replace the fuse even if it looks good before going any farther. Apply 12 volts directly to the motor to see if it is good.
thats because your blower went out
Could be, a blown fuse, a bad blower motor, a burned out blower motor speed resistor, a bad blower motor switch,
The blower resistor gets overheated and burns out usually because the blower motor is failing also.
Defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.
A vehicle air conditioner has two basic components; the compressor, and the fan, or blower. If the compressor is working, the air coming out of the vents will be cold, but if the blower is not working, the air will not come out very fast. Hot wire the blower to the battery, to bypass any fuses or switches, and see if the blower will run. If it does, but will not run when connected normally, check the fuse for the blower. If it is good, you would be wise to take the vehicle to an automotive electrical specialist to have them troubleshoot it.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
No, that would have no bearing on the blower motor. Check the fuse, blower motor resistro pack, and the blower motor itself.
lack of fuel? fuses? fuel pump gone bad?
Check the fuses
Check the fuses
Beause there is probably a short/bad connection in the switch, or the blower motor itself