Where is the blower motor resistor located at?

Where is the blower motor resistor located at?

Locate the blower motor resistor on the passenger side under the dash board. It is mounted to the the blower housing near the blower motor. Disconnect the electrical connector to the blower motor resistor.

Where is the blower motor resistor located on a 2000?

the resistor is located under the passenger side dash on the front side of the blower motor and near the firewall.

What does a blower motor resistor do?

The blower motor resistor is responsible for controlling the blower motor speed. In the past, this was done by varying the voltage supplied to the blower motor. In newer applications, the blower motor resistor is actually a solid state module that sends a varied signal to the blower motor.

Why is my blower motor on my Saab 9-3 NOT working?

This time, he instructs us on how to solve the problem of the Blower motor in Saab 9-3. This type of Engines rarely seize, but when they do, it is almost always due to a long period of non-operation. So, if you happen to your heaters stops working, you would need to unblock the seized motor, or to replace it.

How do you get a seized fan out of a Saab 9-3?

Open the bonnet (on the opposite side of the driver position), take out the pollen filter and stick your hand down the back. This will allow you to see if the fan motor is seized. To get the fan out, you have to take the glove box out and dismantle from inside the passenger footwell. Original, The motor is a Siemens unit made in France.

What kind of fan motor does Saab use?

Saab Parts Co may have elected to make and stock only one version of the fan motor and have the installers create the necessary opening for the MCC speed controller. Just completed this project yesterday and everything went just as expected, Thanks to MI-Roger and his detailed description of this process.

What kind of blower does my 9-3sc use?

My wife’s 9-3SC has ACC and I could not find any Saab branded ACC blowers at the typical Saab specialty parts houses, however they did have Saab branded MCC blowers. I have read that Valeo is the original manufacturer of the Saab branded blowers so they are as good as buying the Saab brand – better since they usually cost much less!