2006 jeep Liberty blower motor resistor were is it at and how to get it out?
I have a 2006 liberty with the 3.7 V6 and my blower motor fan speed works on 2,3,4 speed's but not on number 1 the slow speed from what i've read its the resister that goes out most of the time and just the high speed works all my speed's work but not number 1 speed so its got to be the same thing.If i get a new resistor were is it at and how do u get it out to change it? is it by the blower motor itself? thanks for your time.
Easy replacement, right behind the glove box. Drop the door on the glovebox and you can see it. I had the same problem with my 1 setting and bought the part from the dealer and replaced it in about 5 minutes.
I have the same problem, however my #2 setting didn't work. Then all settings quit working. I replaced the blower fuse under the hood. Then my blower started working, however #2 was still dead. Then the blower quit working again. Then my battery went dead. The battery is five years old and I needed to replace it anyway. Purchased new battery. Now blower fan quits again all together. I haven't touched the blower resistor behind glove box. Thinking about giving it a try? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
My Jeep Liberty 2002 Limited is overheating and has plenty of anti-freeze and replaced the radiator fan because that is not working. The new one is not working either and all fuses work fine, any suggestions? Could it be the resistor and where can I find it and what does it look like?
The resistor pack is pretty inexpensive and accessible through the glovebox.
I believe there are a couple of threads on this forum with instructions on how to change it; I'm sure you can find them with a quick search.
remember its a RESISTOR so its stopping the full 12 volts from getting to the fan so if you use 1 or 2 speed alot it will burn out cause the resistor gets HOT thats why they put it in the cold air box so it will get cooled off. i always use 4 or 5 and just regulate the temperture with the cold(blue) to hot(red) . my 02 still has the original resistor. just replaced a freinds 05 that he always uses 1 or 2 .