Blower Motor very low speed

Blower Motor very low speed

Postby woodhaven22 [OP] » May 16th 2010, 11:24pm

Hello,

We have a 2001 AWD Astro van that the blower motor only runs are very low speed. At times, it doesnot run at all. This is the resistor relay. Where is this located?


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Re: Blower Motor very low speed

Postby astroturf » May 17th 2010, 1:15am

woodhaven22 wrote:Hello,

We have a 2001 AWD Astro van that the blower motor only runs are very low speed. At times, it doesnot run at all. This is the resistor relay. Where is this located?


Thanks

Clinton


This PDF will give you an idea of where to find it. The PDF covers replacement, but give yours a once over first. Could be a loose connection, a bad solder joint on the board, or something else. Like I said have a look. Hope it helps, Jim

AstroSafariBlowerResistor_EN.pdf
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Re: Blower Motor very low speed

Postby AllWheelingDenise » May 20th 2010, 2:25am

This is a surprise! I was thinking all along it's the blower motor.. and guess what? the blower motor is cheaper then the resistor? :screaming: Guess I better ck the resistor first.
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