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I have verified that I do not get any air flow, even on high or low. The engine temp seems to be holding okay. I'm still in the parts and engine building business-my service activities are being reduced, not my interest in serving the Rover community I am easily contacted via text message to 260-804-0458 PMs are least reliable ptschram View Public Profile Send a private message to ptschram Visit ptschram's homepage! http://sevevb.com/not-working/discovery-heater-blower-not-working.html

Once I take the three screws off of the top of the grill, what else do you have to do to remove it and get to the blower fan? Exactly - I have just done that. Alright, so, you get an idea of what to do to fix your blower motor if those are the concerns. It's clipped to the side of the blower housing. __________________ Dominic Perodeau and John Monaghan are thieves. http://landroverforums.com/forum/discovery-ii-18/heater-fan-problems-19235/

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Gaining access to this 4-speed switch require removing the in-dash coin tray. When you hear hoofbeats, looks for horses, not unicorns. __________________ Dominic Perodeau and John Monaghan are thieves. What is this? Find More Posts by ptschram 01-03-2011, 12:07 PM #11 Jon K Member Join Date: Jan 2007 Location: Pennsylvania Posts: 243 Re: '00 Disco II blower motor fail But

Disco Christian is offline Quote Quick Reply post #5 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-16-2011, 02:54 AM Calrissian Proud owner Join Date: May 2010 Location: Fort Leonard Wood, MO, www.singingcamel.com Reply With Quote 10-12-2007,09:51 AM #9 bblake12 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Low Range Join Date Nov 2006 Posts 7 HVAC problems with 97' Discovery Thanks for the We appreciate your business - buy with confidence! 2003 Land Rover Discovery Blower Not Working I started to take off the grill last night so that I can check the connections to the blower fan, but I was not able to get it off.

There is no power to the blower motor, ground is good. Range Rover Sport Heater Blower Not Working Then the next day, no A/C. Apparently, there are two fuses that were blown. http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/6-range-rover-mark-iii-l322/34936-ac-heater-blower-not-working.html It looks like it is in a difficult spot, but we're going to move the glove box out of the way, which is exactly the way it is explained in topix,

And you can see quite clearly up in the corner, that white connector, and that connector is what's going to plug into the resistor. Jgn100010 Nice long 10 day holiday break and didn't drive the truck much at all. The fuse box I put in fixed the heater but the engine would not start with it. Anyhow, it turned out to be a chunk of foam that covers the air inlet, along the bottom of the window, a piece broke off and got sucked down into the

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So this is in an area that is accessible. read this article Put the bottom panel on. Land Rover Discovery Blower Motor Not Working Had the blower motor been exhibiting any unusual behavior? __________________ Paul Grant [email protected] http://stores.ebay.com/Classic-Rovers 203-770-1699 Paul Grant View Public Profile Send a private message to Paul Grant Find More Posts Land Rover Discovery Air Conditioning Problems Ground is now applied directly to the Front Blower Motor (M101) through the Front Fan Speed Switch (X247).

Thank you for your help! http://sevevb.com/not-working/discovery-1-rear-windows-not-working.html Check that pin for power from fuse 7. The whitish dusty stuff is just on the wires outside there. Ok, Thanks! Land Rover Discovery Blower Motor Resistor

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All relevant fuses check out OK. Thanks, Darrick First off, it's not a resistor pack but a power transistor that is used to generate the 30 or so fan speeds these trucks have. Disco Christian is offline Quote Quick Reply post #14 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-01-2011, 11:20 AM DarylJ Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2010 Posts: 236 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: this contact form All rights reserved Land Rover Repair Forums / LRRForums.com Advanced Search or Login Login to Your Account Remember Me?

Do the same for connector 0584, for the the brown with red wire (This wire is direct to the blower). Range Rover Final Stage Resistor The fans/fans still do not work and before I replace the heater blower and tear the dash apart I am asking for any other fuse/relay type suggestions. Cincinnati 47,473 views 5:00 Blower Motor Resistor Removal - Duration: 7:49.

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I now have cold air blowing, front and back. Any suggestions? The general reason for this is a faulty Climate Control Blower Motor Resistor. British Atlantic Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading...

Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Copyright 2000 - 2015, DiscoWeb.org. Glove bow - we're going to line up the 2 pins. navigate here PMs are least reliable ptschram View Public Profile Send a private message to ptschram Visit ptschram's homepage!

I'm gonna leave it with him next week for a full day. Most likely, the fan would have still worked on high if it had. More info Fast Delivery We ship same-day on orders placed before 12:00pm eastern time, Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) from both our East and West Coast Warehouses.