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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fuse is in panel with other fuses,however it will say a\c instead of heater. You may want to use a test light to check for voltage at the blower motor plug. To see if current is going to the fuse. Check the other fuses too. since they are linked in parallel to the the acc auto climate .
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
It's so easy to solve this!
My stepfather gave me his 2000 Buick LeSabre and told me that the light switch was stuck. For weeks, I was driving around, frustrated because the battery would die if a valet attendant or parking lot attendant would inadvertently push the button in.
I thought it would be prohibitively expensive to fix the light switch. I was wrong.
I went online and searched for a new part, finding the switch for around $80. Once it arrived in mail, I was going to bring it to the shop to have a mechanic put it in. I then realized that when you open the driver side door, you can simply pull the decorative panel to the left of the steering column, from the left edge towards you, and it simply pops open. No screws, just pull.
Once you've done that, simply unscrew the part from the panel. Then pull the plug from the part and voila, you can simply replace it with the new one. Screw it back onto the panel, push the panel in and you're on your way.
$85 plus shipping later and you've solved one of life's great mysteries!
Here is the link to buy the part from Rock Auto:
2000 BUICK LESABRE CUSTOM 3.8L 231cid V6 FI (K) : Electrical-Switch & Relay : Headlight Switch
Rock Auto Parts: http://tinyurl.com/cf88f2
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
REMOVE HEATER BLOWER MOTOR HOT WIRE BLOWER MOTOR IT.IF IT WORKS.YOUR AC AND HEATER CONTROL SWITCH IS FAULTY.CHECK HVAC FUSES AND CHECK BLOWER MOTOR RELAY.IF BLOWER MOTOR DONT WORK WHEN HOT WIRE REPLACE IT.IF ALL CHECK OUT GOOD.HAVE DEALERSHIP DO A DIAGNOSTIC TEST ON YOUR CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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