Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
The fan on my daughters grand am just quite working. When she puts the switch on lo med or high it does nothing. I have checked the fuses, but they appear to be ok. She needs to go back to college in a few days and needs to take the car. If anybody has any help to offer, please reply soon as I will need to get this fixed soon before she has to go.
Try tapping the fan motor to see if it wont help
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
If you are certain there are no blow fuses, that leaves two things I am aware of that could be the culprit.
1. Blower motor resistor. Its a component, located inside the blower motor housing on that vehicle. Though, typically, when this goes bad it usually only takes out one or two fan speeds, like maybe speeds 1 and 2 or it might take out the high fan speed, its not really known for taking out all the fan speeds at once, although it could do so.
2. That leaves the blower motor itself. I dont see many of these go out without giving warning, such as making some kind of noise, but again, its not unheard of for them to just quit.
I would make certain that all the fuses are good, even check fuses under the hood that may provide protection for the HVAC system or even the blower motor itself.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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