Anyone have any advice on how to repair or replace the cabin blower?
I've checked the fuses and they are good, there is no error indication on the display. When I turn the cabin fan on, there is nothing. But when I turn the AC on, the compressor spins up for about 20-30 seconds then shuts down (probably detects the pressure buildup because no air is moving across the coils). I've tried to look for the blower connector to see if power is getting to the motor, but I can't find the harness. I see the harness to the radiator fans, and they do come on. And there is a dangling, unconnected, two wire harness directly under the brake fluid reservoir. But it is so short, I can't see that it reaches anything. Another "wire to nowhere" as far as I can tell.
I called for service. That didn't go well.
In typical fashion for the company, I'm told the nearest appointment is THREE WEEKS out. It appears something (new car delivery...?) is more important than supporting roadster owners... Where I live, you don't drive without AC in July. (I doubt this is coming from the local service center. The young lady is trying to see if she can move it up. But seriously?? 3 weeks to get in for a repair?)
My Accura and Toyota can be fixed in an afternoon. And they've had less breakdowns, at three times the age and mileage.
More problems in what has been a very bad car experience for the past 5 years.