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2006 chevy hhr hvac blower/fan

Hvac fan not working

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The fan is normally used for both heating and cooling. Check the owners manual for the fuse location and see if it is blown. If so, replace it and try the fan again. If the fuse blows again, the motor is probably seized and will need a mechanic to oil and free or replace it. If you can get to it your self, BE CAREFUL, and touch the motor when it is turned on. if it gets hot without turning, it is probably electrically OK and seized. If it does't get hot or hum and the fuse is OK, Its either bad or has a problem that will need to be traced. Best to take it to a GOOD mechanic that you trust. Trouble shooting can get complicated.

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SOURCE: how do you replace a blower motor on an 06 hhr

you need to cut out the bottom of the box where the motor sits and get an blower motor attachment kit from local gm dealer

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on the right side of rear compartment next to spare tire.

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the power steering fluid resevoir is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment near the fire wall. mostimes in order to fill it you have to remove the altenator to remove the fill cap to add the fluid.

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