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1999 heater fan

My husband checked and the fan motor for the heater isn't on the firewall on passenger side so maybe I didn't give enough info. It is a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE, V6 3400.

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The Blower motor (heater fan) is under the dash on the passenger side of the car. there is a panel that has to be removed to get at the fan and can be removed with a small pry bar and patience. before the fan gets removed, check the fuses first, also check the motor by disconnecting the wires going to it and putting power directly to it (this will take some small wires to do). By doing all of this, you will determine if the blower motor is actually the problem. if the fan works when it has direct power, then the problem is someplace else.

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