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Quote: Originally Posted by plastic_indian the resulting violent shake at highway speed may cause loss of control, white knuckles, loss of dental fillings, urinary incontinence and sudden religious conversion. Too bad for them: if they had quoted a half hour plus the actual parts, I would have said go... Now if I only had a spare hour to install it! wife just went out to car and my hvac is working on all speed settings . this contact form
Loading... sensor (the new part), the dash temp. share|improve this answer answered Sep 30 '12 at 2:18 Sly 30618 Thanks, I'll check out that link. Hopefully it solves the problem.
Pontiac Grand Am Blower Motor Resistor
Hope this helps a future home mechanic. –Chris Nov 26 '14 at 15:31 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Its the connecter that you unplug from the temp sensor. This feature is not available right now. claymore05-27-2003, 09:13 PMI wonder, Has any one ever tried to install this by taking the seat out so you could lay down and do it? The problem now is when I turn on the blower motor switch the car lights do not work, the car monitor on the console doesn't work, the seat heater doesn't work,
- I tried it and it works at all speeds! 3800L67GAM View Public Profile Find More Posts by 3800L67GAM 01-26-2013, 09:57 PM #10 [ChaosweaveR] So that's Vtec...
- share|improve this answer edited Nov 22 '14 at 16:55 Pᴀᴜʟsᴛᴇʀ2♦ 76.3k796244 answered Nov 21 '14 at 20:01 dumbguy 111 The BCM in most vehicles only controls things like the
- You can replace this gasket with a metal one, the repair is a little involved but I managed with a Haynes manual.
- Seems as if they improved the design by putting that plastic coating around it.
- What else could go wrong with this car?
- charbygt06-13-2005, 04:20 AMI have the 1,2 problem as well and getting the part today.
- The 1,2,3 settings do not work at all.
- yeah, it's squirreled up in there, but i got the back bolt out with just my 1/4" drive ratchet with a 12 pt 7/32" socket on it.
Stix09-24-2002, 03:55 PMOriginally posted by red rocket I would think it would be a little easier for a mechanic up on a lift too. mikep198702-05-2005, 04:27 PMMy new resistor came in yesterday and I replaced it today. Once in the dead of winter. 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Resistor Location it was made by a company named Well's.
It is, apparently, common on this car. Is that necessary? ive had that problem for years. __________________ 2001 | Alero GLS | 3400 | 6MT 2012 BMW S1000RR, full exhaust, power commander 5, dyno tune, 190WHP.
Even if the dealer charges @ 100Cdn/hour; & they billed @ 1-hour & part @ $31.54Cdn...I don't see how that would = $200Cdn.
I would watch out about using that dealer for service, considering some have said the 'book rate' is 1/2 hour. Pontiac Grand Prix Heater Blower Relay Switch Well, good news, I ordered the part, it arrived yesterday and I just finished replacing the [email protected]#$% thing. now since last week none of them are working except the last one (number 5). Just stick your head under the passenger side dash and you will see the blower.
Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Not Working
If I disconnect the (new!) temperature sensor, both fans start. great post to read There is Orange wire in the ignition switch that was going bad. Pontiac Grand Am Blower Motor Resistor SUV Sedan Truck Minivan Convertible Coupe Wagon Luxury Hybrid/Electric Crossover Hatchback Diesel CarResearch New Cars Car Finder Compare New Cars Find a Dealer Incentives & Rebates Calculators Used Cars Trade-In Value 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Not Working If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
I repaired 2 traces with jumpers and soldered 3 connectors pins, that were corroded and sticking up a little, to the board. http://drupaltr.org/pontiac-grand/pontiac-grand-am-horn-keeps-going-off.html I got my resistor at Main Auto Parts for about $17-18. AKA: Chris Join Date: Jul 2007 Location: Medford, NY Age: 30 Posts: 6,784 Vehicle: 2005 Honda Accord EX-L Blower motor resistor maybe? Thanks for the info. 2004 Grand Prix Blower Motor Fuse Location
troy check the other HVAC thread to help me with the new problem. Probably about twice as long. ChrisFix 542,148 views 11:02 Fan Blower Resistor for '99 - 2003 Grand Am - Duration: 4:14. navigate here I had a small ratchet with no universal, and with a little wiggling, it was in and out in about 20 minutes.
Simple $20 fix at Napa or O'Reilly's. __________________ Mods: Alotta sht TDavis View Public Profile Find More Posts by TDavis 04-08-2013, 10:19 PM #17 tw0123 osv in progress 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Problems The thing about the part being defective... It also only had one bolt, so the mechanic who replaced the first one must have gotten frustrated himself (The far one was missing.) The new revision is about an inch
I have to replace the blower motor cause my fan isn't working on any settings, even 3,4, & 5.
pongagt View Public Profile Find More Posts by pongagt 04-08-2013, 05:16 AM #13 patti GAGT - Newbie AKA: Patti Join Date: Mar 2013 Location: Lexington, KY Posts: 1 Vehicle: The guy told me the new one has only 3 month warranty, is that true? red rocket09-19-2002, 05:32 AMIt took me about 4 days to get my part delivered via UPS. 2001 Grand Prix Blower Motor I am no loser either i have taken alot of **** out and put it back in but that location was messed up..
anyone had this problem and know what it is? nokiatech09-15-2002, 10:08 PMOMG this is a pain. There was a bigger problem with overheating with this car, even after the fans were running correctly. his comment is here Any more help please let me know.
Any help would be greatly appreciated because I really want to do this myself. it could be both fuses are blown. 2. Sign in 17 2 Don't like this video? I change the ignition switch and now it works great. 0 · Share on Facebook tiklir Posts: 1 March 2007 My wife's radio/clock display is so dim it can only be
I love my Grand AM and this is the first problem I have encountered with it. Can someone point me in the right direction? It wouldn't be the first or last time someone has done it. :P –Sly Sep 30 '12 at 2:58 I'm a computer programmer, this car stuff is driven only kpayne8306-13-2003, 04:08 PMwell i just changed mine...that back screw sucks hard.
Just to be clear, the problem with MY fans specifically seemed to be caused by my new temp sensor being faulty. I found them for cheap at a local auto parts store (bennet auto supply in case you care) This is a pic of my old one. pongagt12-03-2005, 11:12 PMGot mine done today. if it is something esle .
wtbm123 SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe8,1788K Loading... kaso01-03-2005, 01:14 AMAdd another to the list. hahah –Chris Sep 30 '12 at 2:57 That works, too. I do not see any blower fan unit.
YES..... You might try that if you don't want to go with non-local vendors. I bet I will pay upwards to 50 dollars can if you guys only paid 25 US....