Blower motor gone bad?

Old 03-31-07, 12:41 PM
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Question Blower motor gone bad?

My name is Dave. I have a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am(3.1 L V6). When I turn on the blower, there is no air movement on the first 3 settings and only when I turn it to number 4 on the setting do I feel any heat coming out of the vents. I replaced the relay switch from the fuse compartment under the hood and replaced the HVAC fuse that is in the passenger side fuse compartment. Is it possible that the motor itself has gone bad? Will it be expensive to replace? Could this be a do-it-yourself project if it is bad? Any help would be appreciated.
Old 03-31-07, 01:27 PM
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There is a resisotor(spelling) block that controls the speeds it is bad. It should be pretty close to the blower moter. Easy fix if it is still easy to get to like in the 70s GM cars.
If the moter was bad it would not work at all.

Last edited by michael van; 03-31-07 at 02:22 PM.

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