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It sounds like a loose connection. When it warms up, the heat causes expansion and allows the circuit to be completed. This could be at the resistor pack / speed control. In any case, you might want to read this discussion:
I think you need to check the blower motor first, using a test light locate the blower motor,it will be behind the glove box under the dash,Turn the key on and the fan switch on,now check the wires to motor,One will be black thats ground,Check the other it could be red or blue,if your test light lights up its the motor.
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY IMPALA. THIS SOUNDS CRAZY BUT JUST WHACK THE PLASTIC UNDER THE GLOVE BOX A GOOD ONE. I FOUND THAT SOLUTION ON THE INTERNET.
MY BLOWER QUIT WHEN MY WIFE WAS DRIVING THE CAR. SHE STOPPED, WHACKED THE PLASTIC UNDERNEATH THE GLOVE BOX, AND IT HAS BEEN WORKING EVER SINCE. SHE FIXED OUR CAR!!!!!!!!!!
No it can not.
You have a couple of actuators that have gone out. The driver temp control. And the air inlet actuator.
And I don't fallow your statment of "my a/c blower went completely out. I tested the blower and it works fine".
If the blower went out, then what do you mean it works fine? Are you talking about air delivery or it just quits blowing all together?