Question about 2000 Buick Regal
If you have a test light available unplug the blower motor which is on the passenger side below the glovebox just to make sure the blower is getting power. If it is not getting power at the plug unplug the blower resistor to see if that is getting power.If the resistor is getting power then your losing power between the resistor and blower.Also when checking the blower motor try tapping on it to see if it will come.If it does then the problem is in the pigtail or with the blower motor itself. I would check all locations of fuses.One should be label blower/heater. Feel free to provide feedback if more help is needed.Wiring diagrams,fuse locations,etc.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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