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Heater problems I have a 1989 olds delta 88 and the heater motor will not turn off . it is one of the electronic climate control. Do i have to replace the whole climate control unit or does anyone know how to troble shoot the circuit board.

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  • dkaminski Nov 30, 2008

    Replaced unit under the hood on firewall , fixed problem

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There is a blower motor control unit under the hood on the right side near the firewall, unplug this and it should stop running. normal problem for a lot of gm cars with electronic climate control

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  • jr0353 Nov 30, 2008

    glad to help

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