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Heater fan working intermittently

I have a 97 Bonneville with digital climate control, and I have just replaced the heater fan. Now the new fan only works intermittently and more often than working it's not! It heats up okay, so when it dose work it's blowing hot. What can I do, if any thing? Thanks Chris....

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Ok so the no matter what speed setting it's set to the fan only works intermittently. The dash board panel works si I can set the temp and change the blower settings I can even change the speed setting for the fan! But no matter what settings I use the fan will only work intermittently.

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    Scotty May 11, 2010

    When you say its working intermittently, is that intermittently on any fan speed or is it working only on certain fan speeds, such as high?

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BLOWER RESISTOR IS BAD

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  • spmfamily5 Jan 02, 2009

    or control module

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