Question about Oldsmobile Aurora
Yes I beleive it is the blowr relay.Check battery power wire(thick red) to relay with ignition off.Check ignition wire to relay with ignition on.Then check blower wire from the same relay going to the blower for power.You can also run a jumper wire from the battery straight to the blower motor.If it comes on its the relay thats bad.If it doesnt its the blower.(dont be surprised if you buy a new blower thats bad)
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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