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I need to changethe blower motor on my 98 olds bravada

The blower only works every now and then sometimes i can hit the air duct and it will come on is there anything specail i need to do to change it out.

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I just fixed the same problem. The fan switch can be bad but probably not. You can test this by tapping the switch in different speed settings and if this makes the blower come on then that was your problem. Also the blower/fan relay switch might be loose or going bad. This is most likely under your hood. My Problem was the blower connection behind the glove box had came loose a little. Blower would work sometimes and if I hit a small bump it would cut off then on sometimes or just stay off. If your blower works at all speeds when it is working it probably is not bad. I removed my glove box about 6 screws and traced the wires to the blower motor and this fixed the problem. GOOD LUCK.

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You don't need to change it .. you just have a loose wire
good-luck ray

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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