Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora
The blower fan worked fine, then it just would go off and come back on, after a few times of this it quit altoether, I thougt, it then came on for about a minute and then quit and hasn't come on again. I had the AC compressor replaced about 2 months ago. I ave checked both fuses related to the blower fan and they are OK. What could be the matter? Where is the blower located and how do you access it? Thanks
It is probably the resistors are blown or your switch is faulty. The blower motor can be found behind your glovebox. Remove the lower cover and you should see it. If there is power to the motor when your switch is on, it is probably resistors are shot. If they are okay, then the blower motor itself is shot. If there isn't power to the motor, then it's the switch that's faulty.
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