2003 Buick Century Blower Intermittent

2003 Buick Century

Buick Century On the 2003 Buick Century, when the blower motor only works intermittently, this is going to be either a poor connection at either the Blower Motor Resistor or a failing Blower Motor itself. First, remove the passenger’s side insulator panel (the panel right above where the passenger’s feet would be) to gain access. Then, inspect the electrical connectors to the Blower Motor Resistor and motor looking for any loose, broken or damaged wires. If the visual inspection checks ok, then you should test for power to the blower motor the next time the blower is not…

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2005 Chevy Avalanche Blower Motor

2005 Chevy Avalanche

Chevy Avalanche On the 2005 Chevy Avalanche, when the Blower Motor continues to run, even with the ignition off, on vehicles with Auto Temp Control,. the problem is going to lie in the Blower Motor Control Processor. It’s located under the passenger’s side dash, mounted to the HVAC housing, near the blower motor (very similar to a Blower Resistor, but “smarter” to accomodate the Auto feature). To gain access, remove the passenger’s side insulator panel (the panel right above where the passenger’s feet would be). Inspect the electrical connector for…

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1994 Buick Park Ave Blower Motor

1994 Buick Park Ave-1

Buick Park Ave On the 1994 Buick Park Ave, when the Blower Motor continues to run even with the ignition off, this is most commonly due to a faulty Blower Motor Control Module. You can find the module located under the hood towards the rear/passenger’s side of the engine compartment, mounted to the blower motor housing. Carefully inspect the electrical connector and harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires. If the visual inspection checks ok, replacing the blower motor control module should solve the problem. Does your vehicle have…

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