My fiero had a fire in the HVAC because a rat built a nest on the resistors and one day poof. Put in a new HVAC unit off of another fiero. At the time I was putting it in I was in a High School Vocay (Auto Tech) class and was hurrying to get it in before the end of the year. After that I stopped working on it because I started working on rebuilding the engine. Got the engine rebuilt and I am working out the kinks in it but it runs.
My blower motor does not spin but when I had the HVAC outside of the car I tested the blower to make sure it worked and it did, but now inside the car it doesn't. I must not have something hooked up right?
When I click AC to turn the fan on because my fan switch doesn't work the fan still turns on but the nothing else happens when I click the AC buttons. No heat, no nothing.
Start with the wiring to the motor. It's very simple: A purple wire for power, and a black wire for ground. The ground is hooked up to the body of the blower motor, and may not be getting a good connection if the blower motor has a lot of paint on it. Or if you were in a hurry and never connected it.
There are two wires that go to the blower motor. Like you said the black one is a ground and the other wire has a little plug in area. Are the wires so supposed to be on the same loom? Or are the wires separated?
I don't know exactly what they are called but they look like relay closer to the heater lines. There is a black and purple wire that go together with one plug that aren't plugged in anywhere?
Also my HVAC lights only sometimes work. If I shake it a little (the frame that holds the HVAC is broken) the HVAC lights will turn on and sometimes turn on by themselves. None of the buttons work but the AC buttons turn on the radiator fan like I said. My HVAC wiring harness has an extra purple and black wire that aren't plugged into anything and I am sure it wasn't like that from the factory. I replaced the entire HVAC after a fire and re-taped the wiring harness. I could have easily messed up though.