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Old 10-05-2008, 06:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry 2004 Verona Blower Issues Please Help

Hey guys I have a problem. I have a 2004 Suzuki Verona and the blower motor is having some issues. I am not sure what the problem is really. When I start my car up 9/10 the blower motor will not turn on at all. However I can hear it click when it goes into High mode, however I think this is normal. However when I start going down the road and hit a large pot hole it will turn on. Once it is on it stays on until I shut my car off again. For the longest time I could get away with hitting the dash near the passenger side airbag, actually to the left of it. If I hit the dash hard enough it would turn on everytime. I took it to the Suzuki (rip off) dealership here and before he even diagnosed it he said, yeah the blower is shot. I tend to think the blower is fine because once it runs it is just fine. Once it is running I can go through all the speeds with no problems. Does this sound like a resistor problem or is it infact the motor itself. Let me know before it gets too cold.
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Old 10-08-2008, 09:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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easy was to tell is with a basic test light. Attach to both terminals of the connector at the fan itself and then turn it on. Should get brighter as you turn up the power. If not lighting up then you have a circuit problem if it lights up in varying ways you have a fan with a bad spot/s on the motor or failing bearing.

What I would check at the shop. Motor controller is not usually an intermittent problem it works or not.
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