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An OBD-II reader will give you the error fault code to direct you to the cause of the problem. Your owner's manual contains the fuse diagram and explains the circuits they control.
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Check engine light comes on at times and fans kick in to!

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What causes fuse #5c in my 1996 buick park ave. to keep blowing?

A fuse that keeps blowing is probably the result of a wire that is grounded unintentionally. This would be the result of an exposed power wire touching the engine or body and grounding out. This would cause an excessive power draw and blow the fuse. The other option is that the fuse was lower amps than the original one. check the fuse diagram to see if the amps match up.

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The backup lamp switch for your Sorento is located on top of the transaxle.

I hope this helps.


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Then I would say that the most likely cause of your problem is that the A/C clutch circuit is shorting out.

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The service light on my 1996 Saturn SL1 came on and right after my A/C completely cut off (no air hot or cold will blow out any more) I checked my fluids added coolant and oil and the service light went...

Air would still blow yes..You should go to an auto parts store(advance, autozone) and ask them if they could run the codes for your check engine light(obd scanner hooks up driver side under hood latch)..Might shed some more light on the issue.. There is a blower motor under your glove box on passenger side. Its likely its either not getting any power or it is burnt up and needs has a cover over it.
1.remove cover
2.find where power hooks up and disconnect
3.turn on switch for air to blow
4.test voltage coming though connecter to blower moter(voltometer)
If there is no power coming though connecter, problem would be electrical before blower motor. If blower motor is recieving power but not working it should be replaced.

///////keep in mind. if its a fuse or relay..this could be a huge waste of time..i believe there is a relay for the blower motor. Should be under passenger side kick of the black labeled cubes. also..blower motor cover is likely to fall apart if your not careful..has a foam insulater inside.

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Probably the blower motor resistor. Can you hear the compressor kicking on? If the fan won't blow at any speed, I'll bet it's the resistor.

Hope helps; keep in touch, and remember rated this help.

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