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Honestly with the blower try wd-40 and if that don't work try to replace it
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have a blower motor resistor/power module causing the problem. drop the glovebox door all the way down look to your right and the back of the plug will be looking at you. remove 2 screws and replace part with new part. be sure before you start to remove the ground wire off the battery.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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There could be a couple different things causing this. You could have a faulty relay which would not be more than 100 dollars. Or the switch could be bad or the wiring could be bad. You can test the switch with an ohmmeter or voltmeter. The wiring can be tested with a voltmeter. Testing yourself is free. Shops charge around $40 to run a diagnostics test.
You can test the fuse and the relay with an ohmmeter as well
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
yes somewhere is a dodgy earth on the back light cluster ,either one side or both ,renew the earth and oil the bulbs with engine oil to prevent corrosion ,also make sure the correct bulbs are in the holders look on bottom of bulb and inside the holder ,be surprised how many bar room mecahnics their are and the more they drink the more they know ---
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
SOURCE: Signal and brake light problems;
Replace the turn signal switch. They can be fixed if your up to it, but you have to disassemble the switch. there are parts that have to go back in the right order. Let me know. The longer you let this go , you will start to lose the headlights. All the outside lights run threw the turn switch.
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
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