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Hi, if anyone can give me some troubleshooting assistance it would be greatly appreciated. 2007 RRS HSE, blower motor for heat/AC not blowing. Console panel lit up, can hear doors open and close when pushing switches, AC kicks in when turned on/off. Have replaced the Front resistor with 3 separate units, no change. Replaced the blower motor, no change. Swapped relays around and replaced the 40A fusible link and 30A fuse in engine compartment fuse panel without change. Checked fuse in passenger footwell fuse panel (51 I think?) and it was fine. Power at the FSR and blower motor (on both sides of the blower motor when plugged in), blower motor runs when connected directly to power and there is plenty of hot/cold air. Pulled the dash apart and unplugged, checked, and reinstalled centre console climate panel.
Not sure where to go from here, or what else to test and how.

Am I missing something with the FSR/motor/fuses/links?

Any and all help appreciated.
 

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It sounds like an ECU issue. Do you have access to a Rover diagnostic tool? Maybe something like the GAP tool to see if there are any faults? I think the GAP tool will tell you if the blower is being told to run via one of the menu options.
 

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Thanks MI2VA, unfortunately I do not have any Rover Diagnostic tools available. Was thinking this was going to need the shop. Wondering if one can do an ECU reset on it and see if that helps.
 

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There is a process to reset stuff via disconnecting the battery terminals and touching the disconnected ground to the disconnected positive wire for I think 2 minutes to discharge all the ECUs. Can't hurt to try it.
 

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Thanks MI2VA, I saw that while Googling, think I'll give it a try as well. Ordered the icarsoft LR V2.0 diag tool, see if that helps. It will work on my '14 FFRR AB as well so figured I'd spend a bit to have a tool.
 
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