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On my OB2 computer it tel me the coolant pull up resistor is bad where is that

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Never heard off, what obdii code/codes you have

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No heat/no air blowing in 2000 Pontiac GTP 3.8L. Also coolant light and check engine light randomly come on and go off. We tried replacing the resistor which was a nightmare and didn't fix it. Then...


The blower no blowing, you replaced the resistor and the motor so the only thing left is a fuse or the switch,also the resistor is the main problem and is easy to replace are you sure you replaced the correct resistor and the connection to resistor was good and not melted, the resistor is located next to the blower in heaterbox if thats the one then you must have a bad fuse or switch, use a testlight and check for power at the motor,the low coolant is a problem with these the switch in the radiator goes bad and tells you coolant is low when in fact its not, the main problem is the coolant gets oily due to an intake leak, look inside the rad and the resivoir and if its oily then flush it out and have intake gaskey changed,this is the greasey stuff you are seeing,as far as the engine light you will need to have the computer scanned to get the codes, these codes will help in telling you why the light is coming on, there are many autopart stores that will scan it for free and if you rewrite me with the cars info and the codes i will help you further,also heres a picture of the resisitor just want to make sure its what you replaced because thatusally the problem, maybe the blower that was bad blew a fuse or the new resisitor went bad,hope this helps.johnjohn2_54.jpg

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We had problems with our '96 Grand Cherokee A/C as well. Check the fan speed resistors, there is a set of wires from the fan motor that plugs into the firewall, there should be 2 screws that hold this module in the fire wall. Once you've pulled these screws the module should come right out. You should find 2-4 coils of wire, these are high wattage resistors. You can test these with an Ohm meter or a continuity checker will let you check to see if there burned out. If you don't have continuity change these. You can get them at any auto parts store.
If you've had a wet floor on the passenger side after running the A/C this is probably the problem. Leaf and seed debris gets down into the vents, the fan chops it up and it ends up settling down at the drain and plugging it. The manual says you have to tear the whole system apart, this is not necessarily true. You can get a repair kit from your dealer that may fix the problem. The kit comes with basic instructions but you'll need to pull the carpet part way back to do this. You'll need a small parts grabber to pull the debris out of the system.
I can't be sure but your second problem may not be the sensor. Here's a few possibilities;
Check for damage or oil soaked plugs or wires.
It could also be a bad or missing thermostat, this could cause the computer to think the sensor is bad since it doesn't reach temp.
It's possible that you got a bad second sensor or if you had a shop do it, they may not have actually changed the sensor.
If you have a damaged or partially plugged radiator this could also cause your problem.
Given that you're showing more than one unsolved problems, it may be the computer itself or a bad dash circuit board.
I hope this helped, good luck.

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Heater fan does not work and if I go to #4 on the swich it will blow the 30amp fuse in the fuse box.


Hello,

Sounds like you have a short in the system. It sounds like the heater motor might have a short in it.. to check this you will have to take the heater motor out and test it with a battery and some wires.. if it turns the next place to look is the heater resistor. These are located under the hood on the passenger side of the vehicle. You will have to cut an access hole in the plastic cover to access the resistor. These are a pain to get to, and they are pretty common for going bad...

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