Where is the blower fan resistor located?

Where is the blower fan resistor located?

It’s located inside the dash, often on the opposite side of the steering wheel or inside the engine compartment on the firewall. A blower motor resistor or a blower motor control module is the part that controls the speed of the blower motor.

Where is resistor located?

Where is the rear blower motor resistor located?

The rear blower motor resistor is mounted to the inboard side of the rear heating-A/C housing, located on the right side of the vehicle. The rear blower motor resistor consists of a molded plastic mounting plate (1) with an integral wire connector receptacle (2).

How do you know if a resistor is bad?

Your meter will read it as open circuit (infinite ohms). Or maybe it’s a 0.1 ohm current sensing part. Your meter will read it as a short circuit. If it’s a larger resistor with leads and it looks and smells burnt, assume it’s bad.

Where is the blower motor resistor located on a car?

How much does it cost to replace a blower motor resistor?

The blower motor resistor or control module replacement is not very expensive. For example, one of our colleagues had a problem with his 2011 Ford Escape: the fan only worked at the speed 4. He paid $50 to diagnose and $112 to replace the resistor at a local Ford dealership.

What are the symptoms of a bad heater motor resistor?

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Heater Blower Motor Resistor. 1 1. Blower motor stuck on one speed. A common symptom of a faulty blower motor resistor is a blower motor that is stuck on one setting. The blower 2 2. Blower motor does not work on certain settings. 3 3. No air from the vehicle’s vents.

What does it mean if your blower motor is not working?

Average rating from 849 customers who received a AC is not working Inspection. The blower motor resistor is an electrical component that is a part of the vehicle’s heating and air conditioning system. It is responsible for controlling the blower motor’s fan speed.