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Old 10-09-2007, 05:00 PM   #1
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A/C Fan Problems HELP

Hey guys the other day my AC stoped blowing when i cut it on i can hear and feel the compressor kick in but it doesn't blow. I can feel a small amount of air come out but it's not being blown. the same thing happens with heat i can feel it come out but the fan isn't blowing i've checked all my fuses and nothing. any advice on what to do or check before i go to a shop to have it fixed.

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Old 10-09-2007, 05:39 PM   #2
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There is a resistor pack under your heater box on the passenger side, held in with two screws, they go but usually when they do you only have HIGH speed fan and no lower speeds. I've also heard the switches themselves go bad so if you have a vtvm meter go to it.

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Are you sure it's not blowing out the defrost, on top of the dash? This would indicate a low-vacuum condition, or vacuum leak.
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No air is blowing anywhere it just drizzles out slowly.
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There is a resistor pack under your heater box on the passenger side, held in with two screws, they go but usually when they do you only have HIGH speed fan and no lower speeds. I've also heard the switches themselves go bad so if you have a vtvm meter go to it.
hey guys do you have any more info on where this is?? My sister has a 04 TJ and the fan only works on high
any extra info would be greatly appreciated!!
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I just replaced the relay switch on my 04 just before Christmas. It's located behind the glove box. It's hard to get to but not impossible. It has two screws and a plug. It took me about 30 minuets to change. It's a dealer part. Cost me about $35. Fan works great now.
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cool thanks alot man ill try this

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