Vent Fan in 2003 Honda Odyssey will blow full speed, but turns off when turned to lower speed. It will also come on full speed when it is in Auto setting. What is causing this?

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Asked by HondaNut Apr 30, 2013 at 07:28 PM about the 2003 Honda Odyssey EX FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Vent Fan in 2003 Honda Odyssey will blow full speed, but turns off when turned to lower
speed. It will also come on full speed when it is in Auto setting.

4 Answers

42,945

sounds like the blower motor resistor. vehicles with auto a/c usually call it something different than just a resistor but it controls fan speed and is bypassed when the fan it set to high.

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Where is the resistor located? Is it easy to replace?

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42,945

it should be down by the blower motor, under the glove box area.

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8,175

you're going to need a new blower motor...i had a 96 contour with the same issue and my brother had the same issue with his 01 focus..

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