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Old 12-12-13, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default Expert 2004 blower not working

Evening,

I have just purchased a 2004 expert and the blower is not working, all I've done so far is check fuse box and all seems ok. Im new to these vans so not sure of any of the normal problems. Thanks to anyone with ideas.

I have read on this forum that it may be the resistor located behind the glove box near the fuse box but i could find nothing.

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Lee
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Old 12-12-13, 09:16 PM   #2
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If it has aircon the resistor is part of the blower motor to be honest the blower is probably the culprit
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If it has aircon the resistor is part of the blower motor to be honest the blower is probably the culprit
That was a fast reply!! yes it does have a/c, should i just replace the blower motor? any ideas of best place to get them, never had an expert before

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Best to remove it and have a good look at the contacts sometimes cleaning contacts gets them working depends on what motor you have as there are a few possibilities

Post up a pic of it if you can and I can tell you what others fit
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Best to remove it and have a good look at the contacts sometimes cleaning contacts gets them working depends on what motor you have as there are a few possibilities

Post up a pic of it if you can and I can tell you what others fit
Ok i will add a pic in the morning, are they easy to remove?
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