Question about 1996 Chevrolet Corsica
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your problem can also be a bad blower resistor. But, the replacement of either the resistor or the motor is not hard at all.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
most likely the reason it keeps blowing that fuse is because some sort of short in line with that fuse im not sure what the #9 fuse is for but i suggest checking your wiring for that fuse if you look on the fuse panel door it should give you some hint search for melted loose broken wires.. goodluck
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 1996 chevy
First thing you should do is test the fan.Just unplug it and then run jumper wires directly to the battery.Be careful to keep your hands and wires clear of the blade.If the fan turns with power applied directly from the battery then its ok(dont worry about pos or neg for this test as a dc motor doesnt care about polarity and will just spin backwards if you get it wrong,the objective is to see if it works) If the fan works then you should move to the fan relay.This should be located in a "fuse" box in the engine compartment and its position will be listed on the inside of the cover.Most relays in these panals are the same,simply pull the fan relay and swap it with a similar one.If the fan now works,replace the defective relay(dont forget that the engine must be up to temp before the fan will kick in)If all this fails than you are most likely looking at a faulty temp sensor or wiring.A decent manual such as a haynes or chiltons will show you the position of this sensor(I can only assume you have a 3.1l engine)
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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