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1996 Impala SS power windows, radiator fans, A/C

1996 Impala SS power windows, radiator fans, A/C controls. blower motor all quit at the same time. Have checked all fuses, relays, etc no luck

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Chev Impala that the fan does not operate,

underhood fuse block think it says BATT 4 30amp prob. going to be bad blower resistor

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Impala SS car hesitates upon acceleration

if after setting for a while will it re-start if so look at fuel pressure regulator chevrolet does not recomend but these are adjustable and will fix problem find good drivability person with gm background can fix you make some calls

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: secondary fan on impala SS 1996 not operating. fan

The PCM controls these fans via certain sensor inputs, ( CTS ) and switches ( A/C compressor for instance ). When relays are removed, both relays sockets should show 12v constant ( battery voltage on "switch side" ). When the key is rolled on, there should be 12v appear in two more places, ("Coil side" ) the relays are then operated by a ground signal from the PCM. ( Powertrain Control Module ) You need a scan-tool to check for fan request, by the PCM. A/C compressor request, etc. If you have any DTC's then repairing them may well fix your problem, otherwise, you may have a faulty PCM.

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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SOURCE: noheat or blower noise

no, more likely a bad blower motor thermal limiter in the blower motor resistor

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: which fuse box has blower motor fuse on 2001 chev impala

There is a blower motor resistor located up under the passenger side dash. I believe there is actually 3 fuses that can cause problems with the blower....relays/fuses should be located in the engine compartment fuse block. They are High Blower fuse-HVAC fuse-Radio/HVAC/RFA/Cluster/etc...fuse. Hope this helps.

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