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02hondafreak, Honda/Acura Technician
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Honda civic 2002. Blower will not run with switch on in any

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Honda civic 2002. Blower will not run with switch on in any position...checked fuses all ok.

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Most likely what has happened is the blower resistor has gone bad, very common issue to have happen. You can double check the blower motor by jumping it with a separate power source to be sure it turns. Here:

The blower resistor or transistor is part # XXXXX in this diagram. To access, you will need to remove the glove box for more room to the area. Any other questions, please let me know. Thank you.




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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX you send a picture of the diagram I can either see a little better or one I can make bigger. I cannot tell where part #8 is located.

How to I remove the glove box. How do I then remove the transistor. Where do I supply the separate power source on the there a positive and negative to the blower motor. How do I gain access to the blower and where do I attach the separate power source. Thanks again, Dan




Hopefully this went through now.


You will need to remove the lower cover (clipped on), part # XXXXX in this diagram then the glove box, part # XXXXX The glove box is held on by two bolts on the bottom, you need to remove then the glove box will have to be moved a little bit to be removed. The transistor will be screwed on to the blower housing & will have an electrical connector attached to it.

Here is a copy of the circuit for the heater blower motor:


Any other questions, please let me know. Thank you.