Question about 2001 Saturn L-Series
Not blowing air /heat
Had the same problem on 2001 L200 and ran across this answer on another blog. ***Also warnings about dangers of working around air bags***
Pulled the plastic frame from around the radio.
Behind radio is a large male,female connector feeding wires to the heater blower.
The wires were discolored from heat and blower would kick on when wiggled.At which point I could feel the discolored wires heat up.
Disconnected the connector and could see where it was burnt.
Cut the affected wires going into and out of the connector and jumped them with comparable sized wires and quick connects from Autozone.
Caution not to cut off more wire than needed (wire stripper tool was very handy) work space was tight. ***Disconnected the battery before making the repair ***
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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