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Blower fan in '06 pontiac solstice works intermittently. Where is the fuse and is it the fuse or a connection problem?

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I would check for the ground.
If the fuse is blown it would not work intermittantly.. it could be a loose fuse (not likely).. more likely a ground wire is a little loose...this SHOULD be on the motor...not sure where the blower motor is but it should be under the hood on the firewall, between the motor and the interior of the car...examine and wiggle the wires to see what happens, secure the ground if you find the loose wire..

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

  • caleyJ Oct 29, 2010

    I had the same issue with my 06 it ended up being the fan control resistor. If you drop the glove box right behind it there is a harness attached to a Circuit board. Mine had melted. I got the replacement resistor and harness for about $65 at a local GM parts place.

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