Blower just operates on high setting
Where is the blower control switch on my 98 Honda Civic ex?
Joe Santinoceto, sounds more like a bad blower resistor than the blower itself. Check the flow sheet and see if that helps to narrow it down.
. anyhow, to answer your question I attached another image
NOTE:T he blower motor, recirculation control motor and blower resistor can be replaced without removinq the blower unit.
1 . Remove the glove box.
2. Remove the self-tapping screw and the passenger's dashboard lower cover. Remove the bolt, the nut and the knee bolster, then remove the five bolts and the glove box frame.
Without Air Conditioning
3-a. Remove the wire harness from the heater duct,then remove the two self-tapping screws and the heater duct.
With Air Conditioning
3-b. Remove the evaporator.
4. Disconnect the connectors from the blower motor, blower resistor and recirculation control motor. Remove the wire harness clip from the recirculation control motor, and release the wire harness from the clamp on the blower unit. Remove the two mounting bolts, the mounting nut and the blower unit.