Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
One month ago, my blower was staying on in my 2004 Grand Prix, even with the key out of the ignition. I replaced the blower motor resistor and that solved the problem.
Now, I have a different problem. When I turn the dial for the fan, I get nothing. The blower does not work at all. Is this a different problem, or do I need to get another blower motor resisitor?
Assuming you know where your blower motor is you can check the motor for power with the switch on and see if you have battery voltage at the connector. if you do then it is a bad blower motor. Most of the time when a resistor goes out it will work on high only but no other settings. with it not working at all seems to be motor. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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