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Heater wont turn off

My heater on my Buick Century 2001 custom does not shut off even when the keys are removed. When the car is on the heater only turns off when on the high position. How do I get my heater to turn off. (battery is dead now).

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Replace the fan control module.

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you need to replace the resister block for the heater. it is located in/on the duct work under the dash near the fan... it has a connector going to it and two or three bolts holding it in

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Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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