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The blower in my 2002 grand prix blows hard then soft?

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Sounds like blower switch is dirty. go to radio shack and buy a can of electrical contact spray and spray switch liberally. rotate switch back and forth while spraying. this should fix problem.

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    • 1 Start the engine of the car and allow it to run for a few minutes. Adjust the climate controls. If they do not feel right, then the problem is probably in the control panel. If the controls feel fine, but have no effect on the air then it is probably a blown fuse. If you cannot hear the accompanying blowing sound when the air is turned from low to high, then the problem is in the blower motor.
    • 2 Disconnect the black negative battery cable first when looking for the blower motor. Remove the trim panel and unplug the electrical connectors from the blower motor. Unscrew the retaining screws and remove the blower motor and fan.
    • 3 Check the control panel next. Disconnect the negative battery cable first. Remove the screws securing the cluster trim plate to the instrument panel and tilt the top of the cluster trim plate downward releasing the clips that mount the bottom of the trim plate to the dash.
    • 4 Remove the trim plate. Remove the screws attaching the accessory trim center plate to the dash. Tilt the top of the accessory trim plate downward releasing the clips that mount the bottom of the plate to the instrument panel.
    • 5 Use a screwdriver to unscrew the screws attaching the control assembly to the dash. Remove the control assembly from the dash. Disconnect the electrical connectors and remove the control assembly.
    • 6 Replace a blown fuse in your Grand Am easily. There are two interior fuse boxes in Grand Am, but the right fuse will be found on the passenger side. Open the door and pry off the side panel to the right of the dashboard. Use the guide on the inside of the panel to find the right fuse.

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It can be a defective blower motor or a wiring connector problem, have you looked at the blower motor connector? does it look burnt and discolored from heat?

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There are fuses for hi and low blower fan inside the interior fuse panels I know the high one is on the passenger side and believe the low is on the drivers side tho they may both be on the passenger side read the cover after you pull them off easy to find once you read the label if those are both good then its probably the blower resistor, fuse check first.

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Where is blower motor resistor exactly? 2002 grand prix no 1-4 blower motor speeds, sometimes 5 comes on when it feels like it doug v.


Exact,is hard to say,to many cars and trucks to keep up with.Look very near the blower motor,it will be close to it.It could be under the hood,but it will be in the blower box,mounted with two screws,and a plug in,with about 7 different color wires.The resister is mounted,and can be taken out from the outside of the blower box.It will be real close to the blower,to keep it cool.Now usally,the blower is what makes them go out,reason being that the blower is pulling to many amps.The blower may be quit,and run good,but the blower motor is the cause for the blower resister failier.

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Grand Prix has problem with resistors module, replace it, will fix problem 99%

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