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AC/Heat fan Problems with 1999 Pontiac Bonneville

My fan for the AC/Heat only works intermittently. I can turn the switch on but the fan doesn't turn on. It might be that way for weeks. Then out of no where it will work for a few days to a few hours. When it does work, once I turn the car off the fan usually won't work the next time I turn the car on. Any ideas?

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  • DDDDick Dec 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. It happened once during the summer and now that it is cold, the blower motor stopped and does not come on.

  • jean96 Jan 16, 2009

    my 1998 bonneville has this problem with the blower fan, works sometimes all the time, next week it works when it feels like, but it only does this in the winter, works all the time the rest of the year, what is making it do this?

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Replace the blower motor

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