Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
Plugged the car into the code reader and got a camshaft postion sensor code. How do i fix it?
Also the ac fan will only run when turned to the highest setting, i replaced the switch and it still does it, ive read that it might be the blower motor resistor is the correct?
The blower resistor is definitely your problem. They've been updated, it should be located in the blower housing, I believe way up under the dash on the passenger side.
If you have a cam sensor code, it is probably bad and needs to needs to be replaced. Sometimes a severely worn engine can cause this code to set. How many miles and which engine?
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