The front blower motor in my 2003 Pilot stopped all of a sudden. After a
bit of googling, I discovered there are two parts that usually fail, the
motor itself and the plug-in resistor.
My intuition (which is probably wrong), tells me the culprit is usually
the resistor. I know motors do fail, but I expected to hear motor
noises, bad bearings, etc. Everything was find... until it wasn't.
The question then is... would it be advisable to replace the resistor
first, and see if that does it? I was thinking I could remove the motor
and attach it to 12v to see if it turns, which would probably rule it
Any advice welcomed.