Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have a problem with whatever controls the Driver Information Center display, the automatic headlights/daytime headlights and fan motor control.
Sometimes when I turn the fan on, the DIC display goes out, the automatic headlights go out and the fan no longer works. Or sometimes they don't work at all when you start the car but may come on later while driving.
From reading various blogs it appears the problem might be with the multifunction switch. Does that seem right? And if so, is it the same as the turn signal switch or attached to the ignition switch? Or is it something different?
Dic works when blower is on 5 replaced resistor still the same-1234 fan not working
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
The multi function switch is the turn signal switch. It also does control wipers and lighting. If you are having the issues you describe then you will most likely have a body control module problem. Before you spend the money to buy the module and get it programed get it checked first. Goot Luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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