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The A/C fan runs intermittently when I turn it on-sometimes the fan won't come for a few seconds-other times for up to 10 minutes and the motor will stop for a short period while I'm driving,This has been going on for a year.

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What kind of Chevrolet is this? year and model.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    john nail Mar 16, 2011

    does the car have an automatic climent contrrol system?

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    john nail Mar 16, 2011

    all right there are two things that can cause this problem the first and most common problem is the HVAC motor module it is mounted just below the blower moter assembly. the 2nd cause could be blower motor resistor it is mounted on the HVAC module. the blower motor is mounted on the bottom of the a/c heater box, right behind and below the glove box.

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