Blower motor: remove the glove box and you will see the blower motor and blower resistor.
The blower motor, on your 2001 Volkswagen beetle, can be found in the front trunk compartment. The blower motor will be attached to the firewall, on the passenger side.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your 1974 Beetle blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the blower motor fan. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
Blown fuse, defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack, Defective Blower Motor, or Defective Blower Motor speed control switch.
first thing to check is the fuse
Bad Blower motor fuse Bad blower motor resistor Bad blower motor Bad switch Evaporator plugged- not allowing air flow
Bad blower motor fuse? Bad blower motor resistor pack? Bad blower motor - checck to see if it is getting power--if so bad motor Bad switch?
The blower is drawing to many amps. Have it checked. If that's not it. your blower motor is shorted out. Om the motor to the frame.
need to remove the the glove box and it's support brace. Then you have to pull the lower section of the instrument panel outward and unclip the blower motor. Then pull the blower motor and fan straight down to remove it.
Likely the blower motor is bad, causing increased current and blowing the fuse. Replace the blower motor.
If the blower motor does not function, it is blown fuse, defective blower motor, defective blower motor resistor pack, or in rare instances a defective blower motor speed control switch. Check the fuse. If it is OK, apply 12 volts directly to the blower motor and if it runs, you probably have a defective Resistor Pack. Very common problem. The only fix is to replace it.
Ours did this and the on/off switch was bad.
WEll, Since the ABS isn't as wire intensive as the blower motor and the blower motor is constantly turning, my first inclination woule be to disconnect the blower motor assuming a shorted out motor. This should be much easier than tampering with the ABS and much less detrimental if that isn't the problem.
Your air conditioner blower may have stopped working because the blower motor isn't working. You can replace the blower or replace the air conditioner.
Blower motor is shot or a burnt fuse.
fuse or relay most likely
There might be a bad fuse causing the heater to not work. Check the fuses if they are all ok you may have a bad blower motor. when you turn the heater on and no air is blowing then it is your blower motor.
Defective blower motor switch, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
There is an electrical short to ground in the fan switch or in the blower motor itself.
most likely cause is one of three relays for the blower motor, usually located on the firewall under a plastic covering or near the battery If you do not use the blower motor very often like your car sits for a few weeks mositure gets in the blower motor and causes rusting which can cause your blower motor to lock up. Best suggestion is to run you air conditioning unit on high for about half an hour every once in a while.
If the heater is blowing the fuse when the blower is turned on, I would suspect the blower motor is defective or locked up. If the A/C is blowing a fuse, suspect a bad clutch, or locked up compressor.
if its not blowing at all, your blower motor is bad. if its blowing but not cold, you probably just need a shot of coolant. tour blower motor is norm located under the dash on the passenger side, below the glove box.