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Heater fan won't shut off

96 buick park ave. heater fan will not shut off unless i disconnect the battery cables. can't seem to find a fuse for it. any ideas?

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  • MIKEINFLA Mar 02, 2009

    I had the same problem, had to get new relay pass side cowl, black plastic cover over it.

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It's not a fuse problem. The controller switch is not working and needs replaced.

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