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The blower fan on my 1999 Pontiac Grand Am stopped working

For the last 6 months my blower fan hasn't worked on 1 through 3 settings. Yesterday they all went out. Could this be a fuse,belt, or the motor?

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  • jamest1969 May 14, 2009

    On my 1999 grand am 2.4 dohc I have the same problem but 1 and 2 settings do not work.The rest are fine.

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It sounds like the blower motor went out....its on the passenger side under the hood held in by three screws and a plug. takes about 30 minutes to change it out.

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