Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
All these problems do sound as electrical of course but ecerything that you have mentioned is all on separate circuits which is odd. More than likely the blower motor situation is the resister. The window problem could be a number of things but I can tell you that all the wiring goes through the main drivers swtich so it could be just that switch but of course you would need to test before you just go out and but one but it is a common problem. The lights could be several things as we;; but would check the ambient light sensor which is located up in the center dash near the light that flashes for you security. You car didn't happen to get wet on the inside ? In any case I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the plug from the motor.With the ignition switched on and the wipers.Check at the plug for power.If no power there then you have a problem with the switch.That needs to be changed.If you have power at the plug at the motor end then you have to replace the motor.Good luck.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: 01 grand prix gt blower issues
WEll, the next step is to find where the short is. Disconnect the fan wiring, and replace the fuse again, if it blows, the fault is between the fuse and the fan, but I expect fuse will not blow.
Most likely a fan problem, if the above test does not blow fuse, apply auxillary power to the fan and see if it goes, I expect probably not, but will spark.... if this happens, you would be looking at blower motor replacement.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
inside the steering column locate the ignition remove wire to reveal screw to remove ignition that wire is what controls the buzzer and light itthe wire probrally wasnt in place correctly wich caused your problem
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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