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07-22-2010 11:37 AM
pokey
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Originally Posted by debbiesouza View Post
some people I spoke with said it was the motor blower resistor could it be that.. last night I put the dial on med setting for the blower and hardly anything came out... it was the same as if I was putting it on setting 2 ... when i have all the way on it blasts..
That would be the most likely cause if it only blows on high. Do a search here there are a lot of write-ups on how to change it. I don't think it's too difficult and it's a pretty common problem. Good luck.
07-22-2010 06:13 AM
debbiesouza
air/heater switch.

some people I spoke with said it was the motor blower resistor could it be that.. last night I put the dial on med setting for the blower and hardly anything came out... it was the same as if I was putting it on setting 2 ... when i have all the way on it blasts..
07-21-2010 08:08 AM
jlpete98 I just replaced mine on my 2006. Got the part from a parts store for about 12 bucks. Took out the glove box (20 seconds) and then I think it was just 2 screws and a plug (PITA). On mine you could see it under the dash (below the glove box). Buy the part first so you know what you are looking for. From there it should be pretty simple.
07-21-2010 07:56 AM
jdenny I had a 99 TJ that did the same thing and I now have an 03 that does it. If you remove your center dash panel and remove your heater/ ac controls, there is a housing that your wires connect to on the back of your heater/ ac control. This housing or the connectors in this housing get hot and start to melt, which in turn causes bad connection, and this connection is what controls your fan speeds. I took some pics of this control to my local Jeep/Chrysler dealer and they told me that this happens quite often, but could not provide me with the part to repair the problem without replacing the whole wiring harness! There was a post that a gentleman posted on how to repair these. Maybe he will read this and repost??? Hope this helped...

John Denny
2003 Wrangler 4.0 31" Tires
07-21-2010 06:27 AM
debbiesouza
Air/heater switch..

I have a 2003 and it only blows air when its on the highest setting.. someone told me this was the motor blower resistor. I have been looking online and they come all different prices.. from 18.95--68.00 can some help me out with this..my heat and air works. switches and panel are all good thanks:

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