You may have a radiator fan relay problem. Check the fan/blower motor itself by hooking it directly up to the battery. Try locating the fan relay and check it out. If you purchase a Chilton service manual, it should specify how and assist you with more info on your problem. If you don't want to buy one, visit you public library and see if they can help.
Also, check the water pump belt and water pump. If the water pump on my '97 Aurora siezed up and caused the drive belt to disintigrate. The olds will stay cool for a while, but in hot weather it will overheat. One cannot see the belt from the topside of the engine, there is a shield over the assembly. Good luck!
I HAVE A 96 AURORA WITH THE SAME PROBLEM. CHECKED EVERYTHING AND IT CAME DOWN TO THE PCM. THE EASIEST FIX WILL BE TO GO TO THE RADIATOR OVERFLOW TANK AND UNPLUG THE COOLANT LEVEL SENSOR. NOW THIS WILL CAUSE THE MESSAGE DISPLAY ON THE DASH TO GIVE THE ERROR MESSAGE "LOW ENGINE COOLANT" BUT THE FANS WILL KICK ON AT AROUND 175 DEGREES. ONE FAN PUSHES AND ONE PULLS AIR. NO OTHER PROBLEMS WILL SURFACE BY UNPLUGGING THIS. I DID THIS AT 188K I AM NOW AT 281K AND SHE STILL RUNS LIKE A TOP. JUST BE MINDFUL OF YOUR COOLANT LEVEL SINCE YOUR SENSOR WILL NO LONGER ALERT YOU TO A LOW LEVEL CONDITION.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the front of the blower motor. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
The 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora blower motor relay switch is located beneath the dashboard on the passenger side. The blower motor relay switch should be labeled as such.
under dash on passenger side
Same problem on mine...I had the blower motor module replaced and it works great.
The blower motor resistor is generally located close to the blower motor.
Remove cover on firewall under the hood, then remove the cabin filter and you will see the blower.
the thermostat needs to be replaced
Behind glove-box, behind engine control module
I would guess the thermostat I would guess the thermostat
On will turn the fan or blower on continuously and auto setting will kick off and on according to the temperature setting on the thermostat.
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Check your thermostat to see if it set for "Auto" or "Fan." If it's on fan then the blower will run constantly. Auto will shut the blower off when the correct temperature has been reached.
probly the blower motor
Probably in the fuse box located underneath your hood.
on the 89 dynasty, it is located right next to the thermostat
The blower motor on a Mercedes Benz 300e is changed by disconnecting the wiring harness and unbolting the blower from its housing. The motor is then lifted away and a new blower motor connected.
Depends on what you mean by heater will not work. If the blower motor will not work, it can be a blown fuse, bad blower motor, bad blower motor switch, or a defective blower motor resistor pack. If you mean that the blower motor works but there is no heat, then it can be a clogged heater core, thermostat stuck open, or defective heater control valve.
Well since I put the question out there, Inow have the answer: It was the blower motor module that needed to be replaced. It was burned out. It cause me 251.00 for part and labor.
have you checked the fuse if so then you will need to replace the resistor for the blower hig and low dettings have you checked the fuse do you have 12 volts to blower if so then you will need to replace the resistor for the blower replace the blower motor
the thermostat is located behind the glove box retained by two Phillips type screws err no that's the resistor pack for the blower motor,the thermostat is located below the inlet manifold with a plastic top attached to a steel pipe running the length of the block and down to the rad,three t8 bolls hold it on and with patience can be changed without manifold removal ,the steel pipe does however need undoing
no its highly impossible
My blower would blow cold air at idle & engine would start to overheat, I replaced my thermostat & problem solved.
No heat can be a clogged heater core or a thermostat stuck open. No low speed blower motor is a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack. I suggest you drain and flush the cooling system with the heater set at hot. Replace the thermostat with the correct temp unit, pour in a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water, and bleed all air from the system.
Try checking your thermostat. It is probably stuck open.