Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
This is a beeatch of a problem to replace. You have to go up under the dash on the pass side and pull down the insulator panel and then squeeze your hand up to find it - good luck. My partner doesn't curse much and let me tell you - he would have made a sailor blush. PS it didn't solve the problem either and neither did changing out the blower motor (same spot) blower motor (old didn't work on bench test) new one did but not once installed. Also resistor is like $120 and the first one sold to us was the wrong one (plugs didn't match - had to go to dealer to find the right one). the blower motor was $70.
Now my car failed emissons because the check engine light is on and the coolant light flashes on and off but the levels are fine...
i love my car but this is getting ridiculous...
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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