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Hello there, I went to start my 2004 pontiac aztek after a particularly cold night and found that the fan for the heater is not working. Could this be a fuse?

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Yes it is very possible that is your problem pull the fuse and see if it is still good, let me know

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My 2004 Pontiac Aztek isn't blowing heat. It blows cold air. I had a coolant flush in december.


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I would not think starter , maybe park neutral switch > It's a safety switch that won't let the vehicle start if in gear . If it doesn't start again try an put in into neutral an see if it starts . But to make sure starter is not bad do a starter circuit voltage drop test . Starter Voltage Drop

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have you checked to see if the cooling fan is working properly.if not then it will have to be checked to see if its the fan that is no good,wiring,or a relay.there are 2 temp sensors one for the gage/light and one for the computer to know what the engine temp is to alter engine controls and cooling fan operation.

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Cooling Fans


Hello dc8jimmy...did you check the voltage to the fans? The Aztek is a known overheater...Run a diagnostic scan to see if you have a cooling fan relay circuit open short. Will be easier to correct the problem when you know where to look. I think Haynes has a publication on the Aztek that covers the 01-05 year models.
Good luck...i hope this helps.

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2004 pontiac aztek cooling fans not working


relays control fans high and low. does fan come on with a/c on?hot wiring only will create more expensive problems in future!!!!! 2004 not 84

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