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Remove the glovebox compartment by removing the 2 bolts under it. 2. Where shall i start to look? 12-19-2009 #2 CraigW 25+ Years Driving Japanese Automobiles iTrader: (1) Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: 4,466 NIKADEM0 Honda Element & CR-V 20 02-25-2016 05:16 PM EM1 blower moto transistor overheating narcisist2 Honda Civic / Del Sol (1992 - 2000) 1 03-14-2015 05:09 PM 03 civic AC blower Please pack in a stout cardboard box and send to QER Ltd. have a peek here

Need Help! (EM2ner) I wasn't sure how to check it. I'm going to have to wait until the problem reoccurs and do some more debugging. :-/ Question: Is there a way to test the leads on the blower motor harness to Now you need to make sure that the blue/black wire has a good path to ground when the a/c is turned on. Fixitman and 4 other Honda Specialists are ready to help you Ask your own question now Customer: replied9 years ago.

Honda Civic Blower Motor Not Working

stewardsproductions 45,088 views 13:39 How to replace a 2004 Honda Accord AC, Heating Bl - Duration: 12:20. Need Help! (mstewart) have you checked the switch? 07-08-2007, 08:36 PM #3 mstewart Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Shawnee, KS, USA Posts: 6 I'm now thinking perhaps the bearings in the motor are binding somehow, and the motor isn't able to overcome the friction even at max fan speed.

you can't really go by looking at the switch cause it might look ok but it could be a bad wire.. 07-08-2007, 09:21 PM #5 jivi Junior Member The time now is 08:22 AM. Audi A3/S3, Q7, TT Alfa Romeo 147/156/GT Alfa Romeo Mito Chrysler Dodge Jeep Citroën C2 C3 C5 Citroën C3 (without auto aircon / climate control) Citroen C4 C5 Citroen Jumper / 2004 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Try this with the fan on higher speed and listen to see if it trys to work.

I read once that it was a thermal cut off (can't confirm) If the cabin filter was plugged it may have caused heat to build up and open the TCO. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem I accessed the fan via the cabin filter opening and nudged it, and lo and behold, it started blowing. Other components that can fail, and cause the blower motor to stop working are: Blower motor fuse (located in the under-hood fuse box). Neither American Honda Motor Company nor its subsidiaries or affiliates shall bear any responsibility for Honda-Tech.com content, comments, or advertising.

I have a 2002 civic coupe with approx 90000 miles. Honda Civic Blower Motor Location Working... Here's why: So, far, you have: You have checked the 2 fuses that feed the blower motor relay and the blower motor (TEST 1). Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (United Kingdom).

Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem

Note that passwords are case-sensitive. http://www.justanswer.com/honda/0u0tg-2002-honda-civic-ac-stopped-blowing-air-no-air.html The blower motor relay can be tested. Honda Civic Blower Motor Not Working We'll see. 2003 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor If, for any reason, you are unhappy with your purchase on receipt, simply return within 30 days for a full refund including P&P.

It seems to me that if the problem was the motor binding to where it couldn't turn, that the HVAC system wouldn't know any better and would still think the motor http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2001-honda-civic-blower-motor-not-working.html Working... More importantly, it tells you that your Honda Civic's blower motor relay is OK and not the cause of the issue you're having with the inoperative blower motor. Need Help! (EM2ner) Here's my DIY in the other forum, hope this will help. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Test

Bought a Honda elite 80. The cause can be a fault in the electronic control panel, the resistor pack, or the blower motor. Reply to Fixitman's Post: Yes, the light on the A/C button still illuminates to green when pushed. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2006-honda-civic-blower-not-working.html If it doesn't fix your problem, that is dead money.

Solutions for Honda Civic Mk VII/VIII (2000 - 2013) The problem Many Honda Civic 7 and Civic 8 owners have experienced a problem with the heater blower not working properly. 2008 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor I did pull that assembly out of the dash and looked at all of the wires and everthing looked ok.... And, if it is making a clicking sound, I change out the power transistor?

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CASE 2: One (or both) fuses were blown. MECPFORYOU Mechanical Problems & Technical Chat 8 03-27-2011 02:35 PM Blower Motor freaking me out! You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). 2003 Honda Accord Blower Motor Not Working Need Help!

This saved me a bundle compared to a mechanic. My assumption is that it's standard DC voltage that goes from 0 to 12v as the fan speed is increased. I am having the same problem with my car with the blower motor not running only it doesn't seem to be the transistor/resistor. this contact form Click on one of the links below for more information on economical solutions to Heater Resistor problems on your vehicle.

The relay closes the power feed circuit to the blower motor and the BLU/WHT (blue w/ white stripe) wire of the blower motor harness connector now has battery power (from the Fuse #14 (of the under-dash fuse box) is the one that feeds battery power to the blower motor's coil. maybe the motor is getting stuck at some points in the revolutions. Tweet Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum Advertisement 01-28-2011, 12:11 AM #2 (permalink) BigM Senior Member Join Date: Mar 2010 Location: No Doot aboot

Maybe the fan motor switch is bad? I compared the ohms to a new part at the dealer & it was exactly the same) I have no clue what else to try. You can get the 1 ohm 1/4 watt resistor at Radio Shack in a package of 5 for $1.50. Thanks 10-31-2012, 09:03 AM #21 truckman Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Oct 2012 Posts: 11 Re: Blower Motor Stopped Working!

Fuse #14 is a 10 amp fuse. Voltage to blower (it has 12 volts with the key on and switch on) 2. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Maybe the fan motor switch is bad?

How do I fix it, without having to take it to a dealer? Here are the contents of this tutorial at a quick glance: How The Blower Motor Works. Unfortunately, that didn't work. I'll try tapping the relays next time the problem occurs. 02-14-2011, 07:39 PM #18 (permalink) joelq Junior Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 12 So the blower stopped

The blower motor relay is very different in appearance than the rest of the relays - this one is golden, whereas others are black. If it does, then I must have a bad motor. Hi. Forums Honda Civics by Generation 10th Generation Civic 8th & 9th Generation Civic 7th Generation Civic 6th Generation Civic 1st - 5th Generation Civic GENERAL Member's Rides Electrical, Wiring, and In