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I have a 2001 Chevy Cavalier and there is something wrong with the blower in the heater/AC. When I turn it on I can hear it working but there is very little to no air blowing out of the vents on all speeds. As I turn it from low to hi I can hear the fan getting louder but no air comes out. What could the problem be and can you offer a way for me to fix this on my own. Keep in mind I have very little skills when it comes to cars. What would this cost to bring to the shop to fix and what would parts cost if I attempted it myself? Thank you for any help or advise you may have. JT

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    Thanks. I'm not sure what it is. The heater fan still sounds the same. Just no air coming out of it... Strange... Still sounds like it has a lot of power. You could be right though.



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From what information you have given hear, i would have to guess its the heater blower motor is going bad, but thats just a guess. my advise to you is to find a independent shop you can trust, NOT a DEALER. word of mouth from other people that have dealt with shops that have done good work for them speaks volumes, and take it there, and they can tell you what is wrong and give you an estament on how much it will cost to fix. it is nice to hear you want to do it yourself but i think this is alittle more than you would want to undertake. whatever you deside to do, good luck.

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