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Old 12-18-2009, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Heater fan motor fuse not in the 2 fuse boxes

Hey,

I have a suzuki esteem 2002 sedan 1.8L.

The heater fan stopped to work, and it is kind of boring because it is -15 outside.
In the driver's manual, they are talking about a fuse, located in a white case, named "heater fan motor".
Ok, I have found the fuse box under the hood : not there.
I have found the fuse box under the dash (the one painful to access) : not there.
On the manual, there is a spacing between the heater fan motor fuse and the others... it means it is elsewhere... but where??


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Old 12-18-2009, 01:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Look near the fan motor, opposite of drivers side under the dash.
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Are you sure it is there?
I have looked many times and I didn't see anything.
Do I have to take off the glove box or smth to access it?
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i think the one you're looking for is right next to that under dash fuse box. but its not a regular spade type fuse, its a 30amp square fuse with a clear plastic top, i think its pinkish in color..
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I couldnt find the fuse... I think the pinky one is the airbag's.

Any other idea?
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