Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
With the dial turned all the way up (1-5 speeds,) the fan will not blow. At first a fuse was blown I changed it and it worked for a few days. After it stopped working I checked the fuse again. But the fuse was not blown. I'm wondering if maybe it could be a resistor, but don't know to much about them. Just wondering if you could give me any ideas on what to check and how!
When you put the fan on full speed it normally bypasses the resistor. This sounds like a bad blower motor
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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