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1997 grand prix heater blower motor

The heater blower motor does not work at all. Fuses checked good. What should I do?

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    the front blower motor stoped running. what should I check first

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Theres a speed resistor close to the fan it is blown ,,unplug and check for power and jump across will give you one speed

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There is a heater resistor module, it is located on the passenger side under the dash by the blower motor. It is a bit tricky to get to but isnt to hard to replace. I just dealt with this issue in May. The unit cost me about 86 dollars from the dealer. But be careful becuase normally the resistor goes due to a short in another component in the syste, so this may not be the complete fix for you. My main culprit ended up being the blower motor.

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