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Blower moter in my 2002 pontiac grand prix was workin on 5 only then quit all together.Replaced the blower resister today now only works on 5 and when on 1,2,3,4 automatic lights dont work.Any one know what else could be wrong I know it is not the resister .

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    yadayada May 28, 2010

    this is caused by a defective blower switch

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If the blower motor is bad ,this would happen ,the setting 5 gives it full voltage,but on the lower speeds lower voltage,and if the blower is bad,it will not run.

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