What would cause the blower fan in my Acura TL to shut off randomly and then come back on randomly? Seems like it must be a bad electrical connection? If so, how would I find the faulty connection?
Country: United StatesMake: AcuraModel: TLYear: 2003
I haven't tried anything yet.
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these had 3 common failures 1 been a bad blower motor sub harness and the 2nd is a bad power transistor. 3rd is a bad blower motor
from the sounds of it the blower motor looks like it might be the issue here.
cause this shuts off while driving and then comes back on and im guessing after hitting a bump in the road just enough to move the brushes
What test should I perform to determine whether it is the blower motor? Transistor? Sub harness?
well unplug the blower motor and look at the plug see if it's melted.
this is what I would do run the blower motor and run it until it stop and then bang on the motor (under the glove box ) and it shoud come on if so replace the blower motor.
I doubt the transistor is bad cause they don't stop and start again
the blower motor will do that
26 YEARS of real world experience.
I replaced the blower motor, and it's still not working. I checked the electrical connector to the blower motor with a voltmeter and it's getting just under 15 volts. What should it be getting? Any other ideas?
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