Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
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What model is your Kia please?
Is you AC system Automatic or a manual system?
Okay thank you for that. The place to start would be to check the blower motor relay located in the under hood fuse panel. Check and see if you have power at the relay on pins 30 and 86 and a goog ground at pin 85. See the relay location in the panel in the link below. Let check the relay and let me know the results and we can work from there when your ready.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Blower%20motor%20relay%20location%20Jan%203.pdfSee the wiring diagram for testing reference in this link.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Blower%20motor%20diagram%20Jan%203.pdf
If the fuse is okay then you should have power on both sides of it. Is that not the case?
In order to proper check the fuses they need to be in place.
You check it by placing your probe on the metal tab on both side of the top of the fuse.
Okay then the next step would be to check for power at the blower motor relay on pins #30 and #86 as well as a good ground on pins #85. If you have power and ground then check to see if you have power out of the relay on pin #87 to the blower motor.
I sent you the link in my first response (1st link) above. Have a look at it the diagram is marked for blower relay location.
Okay on your Sportage it inside the car on the passenger side just under the blower motor. See this link.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Blower%20relay%20Jan%204.pdf
If you have power and ground and no power at the blower motor then to best way to replace it is with a know good relay.
Okay, im here if need be.
If you did not have this problem before then you have to have left something loose. Go back and recheck all your connections.
Okay well due to Justanswers site policy I am not allowed to address new topic in an old post. For the no start issue you are going to need to open and new post.
Just liked you open the others you have open. Open a new question on this topic.
If not someone will pick it up.
DId you ever check to see if you have power at both pins on the blower relay as well as a ground coming from the resistor?
I am not allowed to address new topics and this is a new topic. You are going to have to work with the other expert on this.
I have done all I can from here. I can open the post back up for you and perhaps someone else can get you what you need.