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1991 LeSabre cabin blower fan ( heater/cooling )

The fan no longer responds to the electronic control inside the car. I cannot alter the speed, or shut it off. I had to unplug it under the hood to keep the battery from running down.

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  • livinterror Nov 17, 2008

    i have the same problem, how do we fix it? whats going on? please email me at livinterror@aol.com!
    thanks
    its get colder and colder out here in NJ!

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A\C control module located in the heater box under the hood two plugs single red wire on the passengerside purple wire and two black one has a stripe i think $90 (autozone) to $185 napa my best guess

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