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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air condition blower
I have had a similar problem on a 2002 Concorde and an older Oldsmobile. There is a "resistor package" (the term I was given) that can easily be replaced. Go to an Auto parts store and ask them about one. They will even help you locate it under the hood.
On the 2002 the dealer replaced it under the warranty years ago and it still works fine. On the 1994 Olds I replaced it myself. I pulled the wires off and unscrewed a few screws and replaced it.
On the Olds, the resistor wires were rusted and separated. The replacement works fine. I THINK it was about $30.00 for the part.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
SOURCE: Ac air not blowing
On this vehicle there is a blower motor control module located on the right side of the vehicle inside the engine compartment behind a relay cover. You have to remove the cover and unbolt the retainers holding the relay box to gain access to the module which in mounted into the evaporator duct just behind the duct. If you jump a wire from the red to the puple wire (with key in the on position) the blower should come on. The red wire is in the two wire connector and the purple wire is in the 4 wire connector. if the motor comes on check to see if you have 6 volts on the gray wire with a black tracer located in the 4 wire connector. If you do the blower motor control module has failed. This is a rather common failure on this model.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: The blower motor won't turn off.
Sounds to me like there is a direct short somewhere in the system. With no continuity through the switch, the blower should shut off. So this means that there is a connection somewhere else supplying voltage to the blower motor. How rusty is this vehicle? Suggest you start looking for a damaged, salt and dirt encrusted harness somewhere under the hood, low enough to collect dirt, salt, grease and moisture. My guess is that you will find a collection of blue/green corroded wires somewhere. This could be time consuming, but you may get lucky and find it quickly. Look for the obvious. A year/ model specific factory wiring diagram...available over the internet...is a good investment, and may save you much time. If you are keeping the car, get one. You'll be glad you did. This will also tell you if the system is supposed to run on 2 -15 amp fuses, or if that is also a malfunction. Trust me, chasing electrical ghosts is a real pain, especially when you don't know where they are hiding. Keep me posted. Good luck. Chip
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
if the blower works on high then its not a fuse it could be the switch or the resistor that cuts back power for the lower settings
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
You have to remove the dash to get to the blower motor on this vehicle if memory serves me right. It's a substantial job. Take it to dealer should still be under warranty.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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