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Blower motor not working for my 2006 pontiac torrent after the motor and resistor were replaced

My blowers in my 2006 Pontiac torrent quit working, I had the blower motor and resistor replaced and the blowers are still not working, what more can I do

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SOURCE: where is blower motor resistor

There is a resistor pack for the fan speed in the ductwork near the fan.. It is very easy to replace once it is located. Ussually there are either one or two 5.5mm screws holding it in place. Once you get it out you will notice the resistors that are burnt.

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SOURCE: blower motor only works on high

located under dash next to blower motor itself should be a couple of wires plugged into it

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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SOURCE: i'm looking for the location of the resistor on

jrp8978 is right about the location but I have a 99 and I did not have to remove the blower motor

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: blower or fan not working when u turn on the ac or

I would check the blower motor,unplug it and run a hot jumper and a ground wire direct and see if it works.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: no heat 2006 pontiac torrent awd

your air damper or diverter may not be working.this is basically a mechanism that opens a flap by your heater core to control the amount of hot air that comes out.There is a rod that this flapper pivots on and if this rod is broken or the motor that operates it is not working you will either have heat all the time or no heat at all depending on which position it broke at.I know because my torrent has the same problem.To fix my problem they have to remove the dashboard to access the heater core which amounts to major $$$. I hope your problem is an easier fix. good luck

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