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Does the fan blow if you place it on high? If so, the blower motor resister is bad and will need replaced. I will provide the directions later in this post.
If it will not turn on at all, chances are you blew a fuse or a bad relay. First, under the hood, locate the power distribution box near the battery. Locate relay 15 and switch it with another one in the box that has the same part number. (See pictures 1 and 2)
If you would rather check the relay, here are directions for testing:
If that does not work, locate fuse "P" in the same box and check it.
If the fuse and relay are good, we need to check for power to the motor
The blower motor and blower wheel are located in the passenger side end of the heater-A/C housing, below the glove b See pic 3.
Check to see if you get power to the motor when turning the switch on. If there is power, suspect the motor is bad. Here are directions for replacement.
FRONT BLOWER MOTOR
1. Remove the lower right kick panel.
2. Carefully pull carpeting back from trim panel and front cowl to gain additional clearance for blower motor assembly.
3. Unplug the blower motor electrical connector.
4. Remove the three screws that secure the blower motor and blower wheel assembly to the heater-A/C housing.
5. Pull the blower motor and wheel assembly out of the passenger compartment side of the heater-A/C housing.
1. Place the blower motor and wheel assembly inside the heater-A/C housing.
2. Position the blower motor and blower wheel assembly inside the housing.
3. Install the three screws that secure the blower motor and wheel assembly to the heater-A/C housing. Tighten the screws to 2.2 Nm (20 in. lbs.).
4. Plug blower motor electrical connections together.
5. Carefully install passenger side carpet.
6. Install lower right kick panel.
If it does work on high, as I mentioned at the start, replace the resister. Here are the directions.
1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
2. From the passenger foot well area, remove the two hex screws used to secure the blower motor resistor.
3. Unplug the front blower motor resistor from the wire harness connector.
4. Remove the front blower motor resistor from the HVAC unit.
1. Plug the front blower motor resistor into the wire harness connector.
2. Install the front blower motor resistor to the HVAC unit. (orientation required).
3. Install and tighten the two screws that secure the HVAC unit Tighten the mounting screws to 2 2 Nm(20 in. lbs).
4. Connect the battery negative cable.
See pic 4 for resister location.
I hope something here helps. I tried to cover all possible causes. Let me know if you have other questions and if you get it fixed.
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Thursday, August 6th, 2020 AT 10:49 AM