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You either have a bad blower resistor, relay or blower motor itself
First, at the blower motor relay
make sure there is good power to the relay on 2 wires in (one has power when the key is in run the other is hot at all times)
There should also be a good ground on one of the pins.
You can also just try swapping the blower relay with a "like" relay.
Hi Tim,Where is resistor? Is there any way of telling which relay services the
If the blower still does not work, it's not a blower motor.
Yes, there is a relay box by the drivers left knee.
Do you know where I am talking about?
That is where the relay is.
Hang on I will get some pics
Yes, I was in there yesterday.
Where would I find the resistor?
the resistor is located on the blower housing
WEll, actually between the blower and evaporator
Here is a way to check it and where it's at
blower housing under dash I guess
Now I gotta just be honest
There is a new resistor
do you know if autozone sells those relays?
( I included the bulletin)
You can swap the relay to check it.
No need to replace it yet.
I think the resistor is more common
swap it with another relay in the same vehicle?
how hard is it to replace the resistor?
I can't remember what relay is the same, but there should be one.
not hard, the book labor time is .5HR
Just remove the under cover
I guess the voltage has to be the same so the relays are probably identicle
as shown in the picture
and you should be able to access it
where is picture?
Well the pic got cut in half
you can still tell there are 2 bolts holding on the undercover
thanks Tim.......your the best.
This should fix the issues you are having.
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