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Old 01-27-2005, 07:35 PM
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91300SE heating problem

I can feel a little heat coming into the car, But I can't hear the blower motor going, I checked the fuse, they are all good, still no air from the vents, & the car keeps fogging up, can sombody help me please.
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Dino.

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Old 01-27-2005, 11:30 PM
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I can feel a little heat coming into the car, But I can't hear the blower motor going, I checked the fuse, they are all good, still no air from the vents, & the car keeps fogging up, can sombody help me please.
Thanks,
Dino.
Hey Dino,
I believe your car has a metal strip fuse for the blower motor. If it does, it should be located on or near the left inner fender, under the hood. Somewhere near the main fuse box & brake reservoir, in a small rectangular black plastic housing...if you don't see it without too much searching, disregard- I may be going looney and be thinking of a different car.

If it does have the strip fuse & it is good, try supplying power to the blower motor directly. To do this, locate the main wire harness going to your blower motor. This should be located near the firewall, I think on the driver's side near the brake booster. It will have only 2 wires, I believe, and have a connector where you can disconnect it & hook up 12volt power to the red wire, & ground the brown wire...if you do this (and do indeed have the correct wires for the blower motor) and nothing happens, you've either got a bad blower motor, or faulty voltage regulator for the blower motor. If the blower motor runs at high speed, you have a problem with the climate control panel, or wiring.

Hope this helps you, may God bless your repair endeavors!
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Old 02-07-2005, 05:22 PM
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Thank you for the help, I found the strip fuse, replaced it & every works fine.
Thanks again,
Dino.

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