How to locate the blower resistor/fan control module. The fan have stopped working.

Tiny
MORTYOSLO
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  • 2004 SUZUKI XL7
  • 2.7L
  • V6
  • 4WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 60,000 MILES
Hi. Can anybody please tell me where to locate the blower resistor/fan control module. I think it's defective.
if somebody can give me an hint it would be greate.
It's about -2 C outside and snow.
It's he automatic temp. Regulator on it, the big knob on the left, the AC ligth can be turned on/of, checked the fuses under dash, and in engine room.
If anybody have an electrical cheme and/or where located I would be very happy.
Thank you in advance.
regards from
Morten J
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Saturday, December 14th, 2013 AT 6:54 AM

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Tiny
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This may be the controller for that, however there is a thing called a fan driver behind right headlight and the blower motor relay is behind right kick panel also check front blower fuse and meter fuse under dash fuse box.
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Saturday, December 14th, 2013 AT 7:18 AM
Tiny
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Rigth kick panel. Is that the one on the passenger side on rigth side in front of the right door?

I'll look behind the right headlight tomorrow at dayligth.

. Is it an single relay, or is it close to the fusebox that is on the right side?

The fan regulator is the big knob in the middle. How is it possible/esasyest way to access behind there?

Thank you in advance.
Morten J
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Saturday, December 14th, 2013 AT 11:12 AM
Tiny
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We dont' have real good things form Suzuki on these but it's infront of passenger door
Disconnect negative (-) cable at battery.
Disable air bag system.
For H25 engine model, refer to AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS.
For H27 engine model, refer to AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS.
Remove center lower box (1).
Fig. 23: Removing Center Lower Box
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Remove center garnish mounting screw (1) and then pull off center garnish.
Remove harness and controller cover (2).
Fig. 24: Removing Harness & Controller Cover
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Disconnect BCM connectors and HVAC control module connector from each controller.
Remove center garnish (1) with BCM (2) and HVAC control module (3).
Fig. 25: Removing Center Garnish
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Remove body control module (1), and then HVAC control module (2) as shown
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Saturday, December 14th, 2013 AT 1:09 PM

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