Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
The fuses are all good. The engine also shows that it is around 200 F. The fans I don't believe work either. Sounds like a few things but I think the blower motor for sure. Anyone have any advice? Thanks, A mom in Florida
Needs a new blower motor which comes with a built in reostat ,expensive ,and its a job and a half to fit ,best advice ask a local mechanic to confirm ,grandad in alicante spain
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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