Originally Posted by Toddster
Bill....he said it works
He also said there was power at the motor connector. This kinda leads us in a circle..power at motor, motor tested good.. How'* that possible you ask?
The mechanic is correct, you have no resistor on your model.
There is a head unit... the one you adjust the temp on. Rarely ever has an issue.
There'* the HVAC programmer under the dash, also ...rarely ever has issues.
There'* the blower control module.. this is in the blower air box under the maxifuse panel in the engine compartment. This does go bad and will cause the blower to not function because it won't feed the blower power.
There'* the blower motor. If you have power at the motor and the motor does not start up while in the car..but does work on a bench.... your motor is bad. A slight boost in power can fire up a bad blower motor..this can cause a false positive for a test.
The last one is what I was thinking. You said it tested good, you also tested power in the car at the motor connector and had power. If this is the case..blower motor. If you have no power at the motor.. it'* usually the module.