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The interior fan most often does not come on by itself. You have to jolt the car by slamming the passenger door or driving on a washboard road. Is this caused by a mercury switch I can replace myself?

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  • Anonymous Jul 25, 2008

    there telling i need a blower motor moduel about $250.00 however it could be a motor $110.00 or the control head $500.00

  • jynxuome10 Aug 07, 2008

    my blower would stick sometimes after it rained and would let off a loud straining winding sound like rusty sounding until it picked up speed. then would sound loud intermittenly. also, speeds 1 and 5 didn't work. now none of it works. i do get a vent coming thru but not from the blower. thanks for your help.

  • vetteman_72 Dec 24, 2008

    I had my blower motor control module replaced, on my 2005, and after about a year, the car has begun to leak water into the interior, dripping onto the passenger side floor, from the area of the heater box. (No, it;s not the heater core, it's just rain water. As of Sunday, the blower has stopped working again. This time, I'm fixing it myself. How do I get the blower motor OUT is my question......

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Your blower motor is sticking this happens often when its humid

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My heater fan came on and will not turn off....what can I do....

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Where is the blower motor resister for a 2005 pontiac grand prix

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