resistor pack for blower motor

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resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mgaetajr » Thu 14 Jun , 2012 8:23 pm

How do you change the resistor pack for the blower motor on a H1 hummer 2002 diesel. My blower only works on high. I have checked all the fuses and they r all ok. so I ordered a resistor pack from the dealer. I know where it is but just wondered how to replace it.

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by JustinOK » Fri 15 Jun , 2012 5:03 pm

I hope you didn't use a local dealer, because you probably paid a little too much. Try out BlueHUMMER, Hummer Parts Guy, Lynch HUMMER, Rubber Duck to name a few of "the good guys" when it comes to H1 stuff.

Second, if your blower motor works on high only (or high is inop but low 1-3 work) then it could still be a fuse. Double check them. The fuse for high speed isn't with the other fuses, its in the resistor pack area. Look in the engine bay area, directly in front of the passenger seat along the "firewall". There is an inline type fuse for high there, so maybe the low speed one is nearby as well.
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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mgaetajr » Fri 15 Jun , 2012 5:48 pm

All fuses are ok, high works just not 3 lower speeds. I paid 28$ for the resistor pack from local dealer so didnt think that was to bad. Next time will try the others. Any ideas on changing the resistor pack? doesnt look to difficult just wondered if anyone has changed one.

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mikefox » Sat 16 Jun , 2012 12:13 pm

The resistor pack is really simple to replace. Should just be two screws one on the left and one on the right and then risistor pack will come out. Just unplug and plug in new one. Its really only like a 5 min job.

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mgaetajr » Sat 16 Jun , 2012 12:39 pm

thanks, that's what i thought when i looked it up. Good to know

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by chuck » Sat 16 Jun , 2012 2:31 pm

You should check out the tech page.
http://flashoffroad.com/humdefault.htm


I have an article "H1 Blower motor problems"
http://flashoffroad.com/Maintenance/hva ... motor.html
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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mgaetajr » Sat 16 Jun , 2012 2:36 pm

Thanks I did see and read this , but it doesnt say how to change the resistor pack.

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by mgaetajr » Fri 22 Jun , 2012 11:20 pm

I changed out the resistor pack today and that was the problem. It was simple, first loosen the overflow antifreeze tank and move it over a couple of inches, unplug the two conections, remove two screws holding resistor pack in, pull out the old one and put the new one back in. Thanks for all the help.

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Re: resistor pack for blower motor

Post by JustinOK » Sat 23 Jun , 2012 9:12 am

Thanks for the update, glad its all working.
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