The new switch is solid and did need to be replaced, but …. I put the old resistor back in, and all 4 still work. JEEP2001MRED 89.382 visualizações 9:56 Jeep TJ Blower Motor Resistor Replacement HVAC - Duração: 5:40. Then when I got in for lunch it stopped. navigate here
I have pulled the resistor pack down on the heater motor nothing burned all looks What about the switch on the right in normal operation the blower fan does not work Im having the same problem to a certain degree. Basically a relay is a little switch that engages a big switch that won't melt.It's pretty easy and there are a lot of how-to's on the Jeep enthusiast websites. For me it's the connector all the way on the right--the one that's not directly connected to a switch. http://www.wranglerforum.com/f282/blower-not-working-95532.html
Check power to relay and grounds , check power at control head also Dave McDonaldAugust 26th, 2010, 07:07 AMUsually only the 97/98 tj heater control head melts at the connector but The fourth, the highest setting, does not run thru the resistor but connects "directly" to the battery. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features.
Lost #1-3 positions - blower works in #4. Selecting the item displayed will insert text that looks like this: [[ASIN:B00X4WHP5EAmazon Echo]] 7. What do I check next. 2001 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Resistor Location Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com2.
Hope you can find it locally to avoid shipping charges and fix it cheaply if your parts guy can get it without driving up the cost to order it. 2001 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Switch I was going to just wire the high speed wire to my blower mtr it self and bypass the speeds but I couldn't find any wires going in to the blower Only products offered on Amazon can be linked.SelectWhat's this?What are product links?In the text of your review, you can link directly to any product offered on Amazon.com.
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I had 13 volts on the speed selector connector. 2000 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Relay Thanks so much.This is just a bandaid though. Back to top Get to Know UsCareersAbout AmazonInvestor RelationsAmazon DevicesMake Money with UsSell on AmazonSell Your Services on AmazonSell on Amazon BusinessSell Your Apps on AmazonBecome an AffiliateAdvertise Your ProductsSelf-Publish with but ok we still have no known replacement part for the '05-06 switch. 05-19-2016, 11:52 AM #22 Kayzar Jeeper Join Date: Apr 2016 Location: SLC, UT Posts: 17
The fan itself is jammed seized or otherwise not spinning Any other ideas Anyone have a part number for the blower fan if thats what were looking to buy here EDIT check here Carregando... Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Not Working Remove the kick plate to gain access to that area. 2000 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Resistor Processando...
Próximo Jeep Wrangler 2001 Replace Heater Vacuum Switch - Duração: 13:21. check over here The 1 fuse supplies power to the blower relay which when closed (power from the 8 fuse & black wire grounded) powers the blower motor. Finally tapped on blower motor and it ran. Click here‹ See all details for Jeep Wrangler TJ 99-04 Heater/AC Fan Switch,OEM Mopar Sponsored Links (What's this?) Ad feedback There's a problem loading this menu right now. 2000 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Not Working
Quote Originally Posted by tcalkins26 Need help 2000 jeep wrangler HVAC blower will not work. I have 6 volts in to the blower motor relay. Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com2. http://unmovie.net/jeep-wrangler/jeep-tj-blower-fan-not-working.html Paste the web address in the box5.
Any real difference to a part like this? 2000 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Switch By the way, thanks for the previous help in locating the problem with the blower speeds. Click Select6.
Hopefully I dont have to replace the blower... If the motor spins and doesn't sound like a metal spoon in the garbage disposal, chances are it's the relay. I changed the switch and that wasnt the problem. 2000 Jeep Wrangler Blower Motor Wiring Diagram Is this my blower wire?
The problem is in the design of the system. Melted at all? Also, be careful. weblink Bullshitkorner 40.209 visualizações 7:08 Heater Core - Duração: 5:02.
My question is now this... The motor worked when hotted up, but very slowly and was obviously having issues. But thanks for the details on jumping and thumping the blower motor...I'll give that a go tonight before replacing the relay :thumbsup: TrangoOctober 27th, 2010, 10:31 AMQuick question - is this I did a search and found that the resistor is typically the problem (my initial thought) but it depends on what year you have.
My question since im a new jeep owner does the switch need to be replaced or the fan blower itself. I really love my TJ, but this humid Tennessee spring has me thinking about a Prius! If it has blown replace it and see if the blower motor then works properly. All the wires go in to the main harness and very hard to trace out.
no luck. I replaced the relay in mine first after having the exact same symptoms. no fan whatsoever. plug1October 27th, 2010, 10:33 AMYessir.