Author Topic: Put in a brand new resistor for the blower but still no power to blower.  (Read 519 times)

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Offline 4saken

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Okay so I put in a new resistor for the blower and went to turn it on and still nothing. what am I doing wrong. The blower is running cause when I start the car I can hear it running I just can't go from one speed to the other. Is my switch bad? If so where do I get another one. I don't want to get a toggle I want factory. I've looked everywhere and can't seem to find these switches. Any ideas or suggestions would be great. thanks alot.
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Re: Put in a brand new resistor for the blower but still no power to blower.
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2012, 10:00:22 PM »
Could be the switch, could be any part of the wiring or plug to the switch. You can have that entire unit out and unplugged and the blower will still operate on the one speed only.