I’m new to the site. For the past several days, I have been slowly dismantling my ’97 Villager, trying to find out why the rear blower motor did not work. I had actually traced the ground wire through the entire harness, dismantled the fuse block in the engine compartment, swapped motors, swapped rear controls, etc…… Finally, I figured I should look for a forum (I use one for all of my other vehicles…).
I have to say that I am very happy to have found this site! Thanks to the info found here, and on Steve Cutchen’s site, I was able to fix the problem. I would have never found the relay for the rear blower!
Anyways, Thanks for maintaining the site!
Hi! I am experiencing the same scenarios with my 95 Quest now and have no clue to fix it. It seems the +12V power is coming to the connector but not the ground. This is verified by connecting the +12V pin to the ground pin in the connector with a testing probe which does not light up the bulb. The bulb lights up if I connect to car body instead.
Did you replace the control module, relay, or resistor? I know where is control module is but have no idea about the location of relay and resistor for the rear blower. Any help is appreciated.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.