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2000 grand prix fan speed

Thanks for your solution to my problem but I have had the fan resistor replaced along with the fan motor blower?, and the climate control panel the panel that has all the knobs on it. It still has not solved the fan speed it only works on the highest setting 5, and not on 1-4. any other suggestions

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  • katfoults Jan 12, 2009

    these were installed by a mechanic at a dealership, new parts.

  • omij Mar 29, 2009

    1thru 4 won't work 5 does

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Ignition switch has been the culprit several times in this forum for the same problem.

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Were these new parts ? from what i know if you have replaced the fan resistor motor and control unit there is nothing elese in the system i would double check it all again

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i have been having that same exact problem with my 2002 grand prix for over a year now, and when my ac is on the lower setting the it doesnt work plus the headlights and lights on my dash go out. On Max everything works. i changed the blower resistor(about $35), still doesnt work. i changed all relays and fuses related to the ac, still doesnt work. i changed out the actual ac control switch in the dash, still doesnt work. i have changed everything but the blower motor and have asked every mechanic and auto parts retailer i come across and no one knows the answer. The best answer i got is that it is probably a wiring problem like a short somewhere.

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Is # 5 the high setting ? if so then you blower motor resistor is bad

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