You need to use 10 gauge wire to extend it. Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP Ask an Expert Car Questions Chevy Repair How JustAnswer Works Automotive Forums .com Car Chat > Chevrolet > Astro > M Bodies > 2003 How to bypass the OEM high blower relay Youíll need a relay, some 14 gauge wire, a few terminals, a soldering gun, rosin core solder, electrical tape, and about 15 minutes http://i561.photobucket.com/albums/ss58/cwhook/2002AstroSafariBlowerSchematic.gif orlandoastro08-09-2011, 05:04 PMOldMaster, Checked the connector to ground. Check This Out
old_master04-10-2010, 07:45 PMHello I have the same problem, ho fan on HI. I rather try to replace it myself if it's "simple" as it indicate here. old_master01-31-2010, 09:05 PMpretty cold in Lansing, gonna need that blower. gramps http://www.briteblueball.com/resources/Astro+Blower+02.jpghttp://www.briteblueball.com/resources/Astro+Blower+01.jpg courtroom7406-21-2011, 02:20 PMHi there, Very nice and detail instructions.
I found the check valve but it is a 3 way, can't seem to find it anywhere, O'Reilly's, Rock Auto ?? I hate to replace the blower as it seems electical. On a side note, the replaced resistor was taken off another '98 from a junk yard (trying to save a little) so I'm not sure if this is contributing to bad vanlanen04-19-2010, 08:02 PMActually got it fixed soon after posting...
It's a 2000 Chevy Astro Van, Thanks in Advance.. :) old_master08-21-2012, 10:00 PMBest to repair it. I'm new to this forum and newbie from an auto repair perspective as well. Sound like I'm having the relay issue? 1995 Chevy Astro Blower Motor Resistor Thanks again.
old_master01-31-2010, 08:39 AMThere are 2 orange wires in the electrical connector at the resistor pack: The larger one must show battery voltage at all times. Thanks for all the help. Common problem is the source line where it crosses the engine in front.
What could cause this?
Dry rots or burns.... Astro Van Heater Not Working Login|Contact Us Chevy Chevrolet Repair Questions? I pulled the connector and it has burned at pin 3 (Black-Ground) and I am puzzled :shakehead on what can be causing this failure If anyone can help I would greatly Still no blower on high.
Thanks! Do you happen to know location of blower motor ground near the motor and how to test? 2000 Chevy Astro Van Blower Motor Red fat wire... Astro Blower Motor Replacement I have a 96 Chevy Astro and I only have one orange wire.
Cut the orange wire at the blower resistor and connect it to terminal #85. http://camtronics.net/blower-motor/2004-dodge-caravan-blower-motor-not-working.html I think you'll find a rotten vacuum line or it came loose. I was wondering if the vehicle is safe to drive with this electrical issue going on, just wondering if this can effect the other components in anyway? twayne2404-05-2008, 01:17 PMI removed the washer and coolant res to get to the resistor pack. Astro Van Blower Motor Location
The reading could be anything >= 12 volt? Funny thing was when I inserted the probe in the resistor to get a reading I had the fan on high and it kicked on. What year and model is your vehicle? this contact form Pulled the resistor assembly out earlier today and the connector is slightly melted on the first pin (Large fage orange wire 12Volts).
No purple wire to the fan ...just red and black, The red carries the power so I'll splice into that one. Gmc Safari Blower Motor Resistor Location Help out a lot. :grinyes: astro4401-31-2010, 07:25 AMI'm having the same problem with my '98. At the blower motor there is a purple wire, donít cut the wire, strip a section long enough to solder the wire from relay terminal #87.
When I switch there, fan is out. Color of wires are from left to right on resistor are as follows... I asked about what was replaced, but I really didn't get an answer so I don't think I'm taking it back again. 1996 Chevy Astro Blower Motor Resistor Neatly tie up the wires so they donít interfere with anything, and youíre done.
Can you let me know if your instruction here would apply to my Astro? Thanks for the location of pack in otheer threads. If you can let me know exactly where it is located that would be great. navigate here old_master04-16-2010, 03:57 PMGlad you got the blower working.
It appears the connector on the Big orange wire is burnt/corroded I would like to by pass or may need a new reelay. ...old_master I was hoping you could let me The systems keeps blowing air to the floor and won't switch to the dash vents.