Question about Pontiac Aztek
My fan only blows on one speed. No matter what I turn the dial to, it stay blowing at one speed. Sometimes it is on high and sometimes it is on med/low. So, I know it is not the blower motor. It is a problem with the switch. I would like to order a new one but the dealer in our rural town can only order the entire climate control dash. I need just the plug (I believe). What is this plug called and where can I order it? Do you think it will solve my problem?
It is probably the blower control module, not your temperature switch - I would try replacing that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm assuming the problem is the blower motor isn't coming on or working. 1st, check the fuse. 2nd, remove the glove box or pull the 2 tabs that act like stops when it's open ( the glove box will open out further) and you'll see the power plug connector for the blower unit. Turn on the blower through the climate control (heat, A/C, or whatever) and wiggle the connector to see if the blower turns on. If starts working, then an easy solution is pull the connector off and gently press the prongs together or inward. Then carefully reconnect with damaging the prongs. This worked for 96 Mark VIII due to the fact the prongs were not "seating" correctly in the female connector. It's been about 2 years since I did this and the connection is still good. If wiggling the plug doesn't work, pull the plug, turn on the climate control (heat, A/C), and check for voltage to the plug. That's about all I can help with.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Replace your blower motor resistor
Resistor located under dash on passenger side in screwed into blower housing. May be able to be repaired. Requires soldering a small piece of "unmelted solder" across where the old fusible link was. look carefully at resistor. Or else just replace. Buy new. Junkyard resistor likely to be as bad as yours.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Sounds like the blower resistor. It will either be located in the engine compartment outside the motor or inside the vehicle inside the blower motor cover. It could also as well be selector switch
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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