Air Conditioning not blowing on 2002 Honda Civic

My AC won't blow any air. I pulled the blower motor off and tested it on the battery. When i did that, the fan worked. I heard that it could still be the problem but was wondering if you had any suggestions before I buy a new one.

by in Austin, TX on April 12, 2011
2 answers
ANSWER by on April 12, 2011
The most likely cause of your failure is the blower motor resistor. This varies fan speed by way of the blower speed switch. When they go bad, they lose continuity and the fan will not receive power.
ANSWER by on October 16, 2015
I found this out today as well.....replaced Blower motor and still nothing...tested the voltage getting to the motor and the speed selector made no difference in the voltage... So I guess we need a new blower speed switch which includes a resistor?
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