my 2005 dodge caravan front blower worked in the pm for the last time the back one still works. found the fuse box under the hood is there another inside the van?
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Probably the blower motor resistor, check blower motor at the same time
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, blower motor, or blower motor switch. This happened to me and I found a connector at the fan motor had fried. I changed the connector and it worked great.
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Check the fuses and blower relay. Also check to make sure that the replacement blower motor has not failed. If these items are good then the electrical system will need to be tested to see where the blower system is losing power.
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Well, both the wipers and the blower could have a burned out fuse. Of course, they both could have a burned out motor. I would run a hot wire from the battery to the wipers and the blower motor. If they worked, I'd be looking for a fuse or bad switch.
check to see if the blower is moving it may be stuck open ac spin the blower then try ac again it worked for me .
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Blinker switch would suggest ignition switch- turn key to on but dont start car and jiggle key with blower turned to 5. Working only on 5 suggest resistors are bad. The resistors are inside the blower case with the actual blower or very close to the blower case outside and you can tell if they are bad(burned, etc). . If 5 is high then 1-4 goes thru resistors but 5 is direct with only a relay. There should be a relay (think it is under the hood in the electrical box) marked high blower or something similar. Pull it out and check condition of prongs and plug it back in and see if it works on 5. There is also the possibility of the speed switch 1-5 being bad or just corroded. Pull the switch and unplug the plug and check it for corrosion. Of course there is another way to see if blower is getting power by checking voltage with ignition switch on and fan switch on 5 but that means you have to remove the trim under the glove box and measuring with a meter. Hope these ideas help.
tested blower,ok. then tested incoming voltage to blower and found to be zero. the final step was to replace the blower switch. To replace that switch, the middle part of the dashboard, including the radio had to be removed. The ac and heater come in one piece. It worked fine then. I think, there is a chance that the switch could be just cleaned up and it would work, again I think.
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This could be your actual blower motor that is bad. It is spendy and hard to get to, but this could be the problem.
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: My 2002 focus blower fan worked at the highest setting only and not 1,2 and 3. I fixed it by replacing the blue resistor pack held down by 1 screw behind the glove box next to the blower motor. : At first I checked the power supply to the blower motor connector. I was getting power only at setting 4 and none at other settings. : Fan blower electrical diagram showed that the only connection to the fan blower is the power supply, resistor pack and front panel switch.
I did this job on a 1999 Grand Prix, and I believe the location is the same for the 98 year model. First of all you will have to remove the blower motor itself. It is located on the passenger side floor board below the glove compartment, up against the firewall. It is an awkard job and I found that what worked best for me was to lay on my back with my head up against the center console. Once you have removed the 4 screws that mount the blower, disconnect the electrical connection and remove the blower. It is a tight fit around a wiring harness that is in the same area, but with some effort, it will come out. The blower motor resistor is located inside the duct work where the blower motor goes. There are 3 screws holding it in place, one of which is hard to see. A mechanics mirror comes in handy to locate the hidden screw. I would also advise that you replace the blower motor along with the resistor so that you don't have to go through the aggrevation later. I bought both parts through the local Auto Zone, which was much cheaper than the dealers cost. Both worked just fine. Good luck.
did your heater switch go out all of a sudden or did some work like high work and low not work? if some worked your blower resister is most likely bad under your glove box
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Well i heard plenty of reasons but the one that actually worked for my olds intrigue 98' was replacing the blower motor resistor which cost about 20 bucks or so.....hope this helps
I am having that exact same problem with my Hyundai Accent. My heater blower only worked on the 4th setting until today that stopped working too. I'm not sure what it could be. I'm hoping someone on here can help
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Check coolant level check blower motor fuse Check the thermostat