Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Am
1998 pontiac grand am SE 4cylinder
The number 1 cause of this problem is the blower motor fuse. It is a large fuse located not on the panel, but on the blower motor itself (located up underneath the passenger side dash). Check this fuse first, then check the fuse at the main panel, then the relay, then the heater core. If none of these, there may be a larger problem with the electrical system (very common with the Grand Am line of cars), test the output voltage from the alternator to make sure it is functioning properly.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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