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Unfortunately, that didn't work. It was the resistor. This should work for other Hondas in the same range of years. i dont know why they would put a fuse with a limited lifespan, hard-wired on to an in-accesable place - probably to charge the 55 part and 100 labour to fix http://clearduplicatefiles.com/blower-motor/car-blower-not-working-on-all-settings.html

Does any one have any ideas?? This leads to increased current through the resistor and causes it to overheat and fail. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Quality House Reedlands Rd WORKINGTON Cumbria CA14 3YF UK No jiffy bags please!

2008 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor

Adding power power is the easy part since it involves just opening the ignition switch. And another question: Is it possible that there's something wrong with the motor even though I previously proved it to be working by applying 12v directly to it? Up next Honda Blower Motor Diagnosis - Duration: 5:09.

KENDAL Cumbria United Kingdom Co. Fan's resistor issue. It worked for a few days, then the blower motor stopped working again. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Location Other components that can fail, and cause the blower motor to stop working are: Blower motor fuse (located in the under-hood fuse box).

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Psst...! Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Test Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... The highest speed setting may still work because in most cars in the highest fan speed settings the current bypasses the blower motor resistor (see the diagram below).

Fuse #14 (of the under-dash fuse box) is the one that feeds battery power to the blower motor's coil.

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Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Test

If there is no blower fan action at all, check for an open circuit fuse, or bad relay first, then check the resistor pack and the blower motor itself. http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/mechanical-problems-technical-chat/241994-c-blower-intermittently-working-not-transistor-motor.html mgittelman 522,034 views 4:22 How to replace a 2004 Honda Accord AC, Heating Bl - Duration: 12:20. 2008 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor The 2A refers to the maximum circuit current the fuse is designed to carry. 2003 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Please pack in a stout cardboard box and send to QER Ltd.

it would not spin. check over here I'll post here with results. Sign in 6 Loading... In a nutshell, when you turn your Civic's ignition switch to the On position: Fuse #14 of the under-dash fuse box powers up and then feeds the number #2 terminal slot 2002 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor

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Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... 2009 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Your next step is to bypass the blower motor resistor (known as the blower motor power transistor) and check the blower motor directly. so i turned it off and checked to see if i could hold it and then turn it on.


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Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... Enclose a copy of your online order, and ensure your phone no. The solution To access the resistor pack, and the blower fan: 1. 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

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NOTE: In some vehicles this BLU/WHT wire is a GRN/WHT (green w/ white stripe) wire. Let's take a look at what your test results mean: CASE 1: The blower motor came on when you turned the key to the On position. This reveals the ECU There are 3 bolts - 2 at the bottom and 1 at the top. with the key at II and the fan switch on med-high take the top cover off the under-hood fuse box use a med size plastic screwdriver HANDLE and tap on the

Thanks! 02-12-2011, 03:15 AM #9 (permalink) DavisLasVegas Senior Member Join Date: Oct 2006 Location: Capitol Hill Posts: 2,041 Dave the ground on the blower motor 02-12-2011, Working... What does that mean? :-) 02-12-2011, 12:25 AM #7 (permalink) vspecll Senior Member Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: Fresh Meadows NY Posts: 611 check ground 02-12-2011, 12:32