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Blower motor relay location?

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Old 07-02-2012, 08:35 PM
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Blower motor relay location?

Sorry if this is the wrong section but im at a loss here. I got into my car friday and my blower just stopped working out of the blue. I checked the fuses and they all seem to be good. I replaced my blower motor and still nothing. I seen a few relays behind the battery but i'm not sure which one is for the blower motor if there even is one. Does anyone know where the blower motor relay is located in this car? It's been in the high 90's all week and i'm dying with no ac. Please help im stumped.
 
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Did you find out where the relay location is? I need the same info. thanks
 
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The blower motor relay is located on the fuse panel near the drivers side foot area. The Relay is on the board and is located behind it.
 
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Thanks for great information. I was looking for where the location of blower motor relay for 2004 infiniti fx45 or 2006 infiniti G35 coupe is . What I found were two 15A fuses (blue color) instead of an 30A relay. So I pulled out an 15A fuse from g35 and put it on fx45 (using fuse puller on the board). It works!!! Blower blows air again and everything is back to normal.
 
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can someone help fix my AC/Heater not blowing air? Might be the relay and/or blower motor, I don't know. I'll pay and go to you but I'm in SoCal
 
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You might want to post up in the Regional sub-forums. There's a SoCal one over there.
 
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I'm having the same issue with the blower not working. Only to find that the two 15 amp fuses keep blowing. put new ones in and they blow as soon as I turn on the air. What can cause this?
 
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A short, check for continuity (resistance).
 
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