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What would cause the heater fan in my 1996 Pontiac Grand Am to stop working?

Heater fan stopped working in my 1996 Grand Am.

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  • jgillespie62 Jan 20, 2009

    my heat kicks on but it dont blow but a little bit on each setting.



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Check for blown fuses/bad blower motor resistor

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