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saul 4/27/2011
2001 Hyundai XG300 L 6Cyl3.0L - Body & Interior
blower motor stays on all the time,even after shutting it off manually,any ideas ?
77,000 k miles was told to repl resistor pack,i pulled it out but blower still on hi,help
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  • yboy82
    yboy82 4/28/2011
    When you said you've pulled it out, you mean you already replaced it? Did you already diagnose your vehicle with a scan tool to verify if there is a stored trouble code?
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    yboy82
    saul 4/28/2011
    have not diagnose it yet,have not replaced either,even with out the resistor in place,still on
  • Nissan Technical Advisor
    You said you pulled out the resistor pack, is it still working in any position, hi or low, or working only at hi position? Please confirm this.
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    saul 4/28/2011
    seems to be working only on hi position,even if when the resistor is not connected
  • HouseCallAuto
    HouseCallAuto 4/28/2011
    explain "i pulled it out". What does that mean? Am I supposed to know what that means? You are describing a bad blower resistor but I have no real clue that you replaced it already. All I know is that you pulled it out.
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    HouseCallAuto
    saul 4/28/2011
    no i have not replaced it yet,but just for testing i disconnected it and took it out,but as soon as i turn the ignition on the blower still on with out the resistor in place
  • Nissan Technical Advisor
    Sounds a bad switch to me.
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  • Nissan Technical Advisor
    A bad resistor will work only at hi position, but your problem starts as when you turn on the ignition the fan works automatically, the blower fan switch is energized and does not turned off, repair or replace the switch first and check again if the resistor is ok.
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    ken 4/28/2011
    assuming you dont have automatic control= i 2nd the bad switch, it is stuck on high, only way fan would work with resistor out and switch on lower speed
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