07 Impreza WRX A/C Blower Motor Stays on High
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    07 Impreza WRX A/C Blower Motor Stays on High

    hey guys, i did a search but came up with nothing. my ac blower motor stays on high no matter what i set the dial to unless i turn it off. from auto to low to high it just blows full blast. i had a similar problem with an 03 wrx where the blower would only blow low speed and the problem was a burnt resistor located on the underside of the blower motor that caused this. i have looked for this same resistor on my 07 but i can't find anything of the like.

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    You're right about the 03, its switch is a stepped attenuator. Does the 07 have the climate control stuff? I wonder if that makes a difference. No luck with finding a wiring diagramme online anywhere?
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    yes it does have the climate control. i have already changed out the ac panel (center of the dash that contains the ac controls) but the blower still stays on high so that isnt the problem. i was hoping my 07 has that same resistor as my 03 but if it does, i dont know where to find it.

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    I'm looking around for an 07 wiring diagramme and coming up empty, sorry. Is there a dealer parts department you can find off-peak hours and ask to have a peak at the computer screen?
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    ive asked one of the service department guys and i got the feeling he knew what the problem was but didnt want to help me out for free. maybe ill try a differ dealership.

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    the blower motor resistor isnt located on the AC box around the blower motor? 93-01 thats where( on mostly all Subarus) they are located....I believe 02-07 they are in the same location right behind the glove box held in with two screws...( just a different style than the 93-01 resistor)...It will look like a black rectangle with a I believe a brown electrical conector plugged into it...
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    its not the same. mine is an 07 w/ auto climate control. ive been searching the net and it seems the ones w/ auto climate control dont even have those resistors. ill post a link of what i found. look at its last post


    http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=951138

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