Question about 2000 Buick Century
I have a 2000 Buick Century Ltd. When I turn the knob to turn on the heat, nothing happens. No heat come out. The fan does not work.
My 2000 century heater blower died,dont replace the fan motor until you check with a simple test light to see if the heater fan resistor is bad first,it's only 20 bucks to replace.Its located next to the fan housing up against the firewall.The wires from the fan switch go down to the resistor, check to see if switch has power then check for power down at the resistor,I'll bet its the resistor.There are three, I think five sixteenth screws to remove the resistor one is crammed up very tight on the firewall,you'll need a quarter inch drive extension with a wobbly socket to get that one against the firewall.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
I have the same problem and just got mine checked for 50 bucks... if nothing is coming out at all but you still here the electronic adjustement sounds when you chand blower modes, it probably your fan blower motor and/or resistor. the parts go for around $90.00 and $25.00 respectively... work hours should cost around $100 - $150 depending on who you talk to...i hope ive bin able to be of some assistance.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Test the power and ground too the blower motor with a test light, if that is ok replace the blower motor you probably are hearing the blower motor try to run. if you need more clarification on how let me know.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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