Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
Heater fan stopped working all speeds, could this be a fuse?
My fan did not work on speed settings 1-4, however the highest setting would work. The problem was a bad fan resistor, which is located behind the glove compartment. You can buy a new resistor from your auto parts store for $20 or so. The fix is a bit challenging because it is in a tight spot, however with a little time you can get this done yourself. There is a panel behind the glove compartment that you should remove to locate the fan. You would need to remove the fan to gain access to the resistor. Once you find the resistor, the tough part is removing the 4 nuts (two are easy, the other two are in tight spots). Once you remove the old resistor, you can install the new one, and your problem should be resolved. Tip* - When you are removing the nuts, you can cut some of the rubber around the hard to access area to reveal the stubborn nut. That rubber doesn't really serve much purpose.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Yes,there are fuses in the side access panel of dash as you open drivers door, and also fuse/rly panel in engine compartment-all labeled
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
More than likely the schematics should be on the fuse box cover. joe
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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