First you need to disengage the SRS airbags on both the driver/passenger side. On how to do this, first remove the SRS fuse located inside your fuse box probably either on the side of the front passenger seat or inside the glove box. Next you have to remove the sound covers underneath both the driver/passenger side. Simply pull out the plastic tabs and the covers come off. Next, you need to find the YELLOW airbag connectors with a safety clip on them. Their is only one connector for each airbag under the driver/passenger side. Remove the safety clips on both connectors and then disconnect the connectors. Now the SRS airbags are disabled. Now, underneath the passenger side instrument panel you can see the round shaped blower motor. First, disconnect the wire connector attached to the motor. There are 3 bolts holding it together so they need to be removed. Once removed, carefully lower the motor and the ventilation tube that is attached around the motor. Installation is the reverse for the new motor. Don't forget to slip back on the ventilation tube that goes over the existing tube, which is mounted underneath the panel. Tighten the 3 bolts and reconnect the wire connector. Connect the SRS airbag connectors back together, remembering to put back on the safety clips. Then reinstall the sound covers underneath. Then put back in the SRS airbag fuse and put back on the fuse cover. Start up the engine and check to see if your new motor works. AVOID SITTING IN FRONT OF THE AIRBAGS WHEN YOU FIRST START UP YOUR VEHICLE IN CASE THEY COULD ACTIVATE!!
blower motor resistor is bad
I am no expert; but, according to my Montana repair manual, the blower motor resistor is located under the dash on the passenger side. It can be accessed from inside the car. It's located behind the fan motor
The blower rheostat on a 93 Pontiac Grand Am is located inside the engine bay, just to the right of the blower fan housing. It is almost directly behind the trans dipstick. It isn't that hard to replace.
IT IS UP UNDER THE DASH INSIDE THE VAN ON PASSANGER SIDE 3 BOLTS TO REMOVE IT POPS IN AND POPS OUT AND BE SURE TO CLEAN FILTERS INSIDE THE GLOVE BOX..
Replace the fan blower resister
I just had to replace the fan motor in one. It shorted out.
Your wiring is probably messed up, happened to me. Locate the wires from the blower to the controls check them and replace as needed. Assuming no wiring problem check and replace the blower motor resistor.
You need a blower resistor. $50 part. About $140 to have the dealer replace.
On the bottom of the dash on the passenger side remove the black cover then remove the bolts on the blower and disconnect the wire. Reverse above to install.
Easy, unscrew the control panel for the cig lighter and tire pressure unit. Behind this is the blower motor. At the top of the blower motor is a tab use a screw driver to lift up on the tab slightly then grab the motor and turn counter clock wise, the motor and cage will just come out. Any questions email me firstname.lastname@example.org
The blower motor on a 1997 Pontiac Bonneville is located next the evaporator core. It will be mounted behind the glovebox on the passenger side of the vehicle. Remove the glovebox, mounting hardware, and sensor clips. The blower motor will be able to be replaced.
you can put a blower on nearly any motor
it is in the rear of the van. open the back hatch and look to the left, it is behind the lighter 12v accesory panel...good luck
Blower motor fuse is blown. Blower motor resistor burned out. Blower motor switch bad. Blower motor bad.
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replace blower resistor
I just had that same problem..I took it in to have it fixed and they replaced the blower motor resistor and that seems to have fixed the problem
i broke down and paid to have this fixed. My mechanic said this is a fairly common problem on the older grand prixs. He had to replace the relay as well as the blower motor, total cost was $400.
the brushes r bad most likely a new on ti about 20 $ it should take "maybe" an hour to replace
The heater blower motor in a 1995 Pontiac Transport is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is on the firewall near the hood hinge.
AnswerMost likely you need to replace your blower motor. It is more likely that your blower resistor is burned out, which controls fan speed by "resisting" how much amperage makes it to the blower motor, depending on which speed your switch is on. High speed goes straight through with no resistance, the lower the speed the more resistors it is routed through, to slow the blower motor. Therefore, if your fan works on high speed and nowhere else, the motor is good but the resistor pack is completely fried. If a couple of speeds work but not all, it is partly fried. Check your manual for location of this component (usually on the blower box) and replace it.
Check for a bad blower resistor at blower motor