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Re: blower motor on 95 buick riv
Will look around before trying to walk you through it here ..soo many words to describe ..basically the 'suitcase' the black plastic housing under dash needs opened up and blower motor resides in there..squirrel cage design should be visible
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If the blower does not work at all the first thing I would do is tap the blower motor with the handle end of a large screwdriver with the key on and the blower speed set to high. If the blower starts to work than replace it. If it still doesn't work wiggle the connector at the blower motor. If it starts to work replace it.
Check to see if a fuse is blown.If it is,replace it with the proper amperage fuse.If it is not the problem,check to see if the blower motor is getting power.You can do this by removing the blower motor,getting a couple of jumper wires and hooking them up to a power source and see if the motor spins.If it does not spin,replace the blower motor.If it does spin,then check the fusible link, the wires themselves or the tempurature control switch.
open the drivers door; slide the rubber grommet containing the wiring to the door into the door; i wouldnt be surprized if you have multiple broken door wires; if so you should be able to get some 18-22 gauge crimp connectors to fix; had this problem on my 95 riv and it is a common prob on 95-96 rivs
No. Unfortunately for us 3800 owners, GM decided to put a bolt in that hole instead of a stud with a nut on the end. Yes, you are going to have to take off the motor mount along with the idler pulley bracket. Just make sure you don't put a cheap-o part on and you won't have to do it for another 15 years.
Do the interior chimes and headlights turn on when you turn the key in the ignition???? We have a 95 Riv that gave us the same problem. Occassionally we have to put the key in the ignition, turn it on, move the steering column up and down (sometimes roughly) until the chimes etc. come on (some security thing) then the car will start.