rick,,, check for voltage at the motor itself. if it is not present, check the relay in the negative power line located behind the golve box. This relay is activated by the ignition switch and completes the ground path to the blower.(this blower motor has 2 wires on it because the case does not complete the path to ground for the motor) If you turn on the ignition switch while holdiing on to the relay, you should feel it click. If you still have no voltage on the motor, check the fan switch and the heater/AC control switch. The blower motors in these Jeeps have a habit of going bad and drawing too much current and will melt the plastic in these switches and render them unuseable. They must be replaced. If your switches are melted, replace the blower motor first then the switch or switches or you will be replacing the swithes again in a few weeks. Fan switch is about $20.00 at dealer, blower motor is about $200.00 through aftermarket sources.
Last Edit: Feb 26, 2010 10:57:32 GMT -5 by waterman
If it's not dirty it's not a jeep 95yj 4.0 Trans plant 4.5 R.E H.D Lift 35" Baja Claws currie 9" rear locked up 9500lb mile marker Tom Woods shaft's SYE Us alloy front shafts 1"BL
rockauto: I just updated the discount code at the top of this thread!
Jan 6, 2017 10:59:19 GMT -5
sunwolf: Need help in rewiring 1990 xj steering column replacement,..........I'm not familiar with the wiring plugs and don't know where they all go! It was given to me after the wires were pulled for me to find out,.........any hekp is appreciated!
Mar 2, 2017 12:06:33 GMT -5