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06-05-2011 01:17 PM
Kuhnaydeein
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Originally Posted by MrBuick (Magnum) View Post
Yep. Sounds like the blower motor burned up, or the pack is bad. Pull the blower motor out from the underside of the dash, and put 12 volts to it. Then put the fan on high, and see if you have power at the wires to the blower motor.
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06-05-2011 11:13 AM
MrBuick (Magnum) Yep. Sounds like the blower motor burned up, or the pack is bad. Pull the blower motor out from the underside of the dash, and put 12 volts to it. Then put the fan on high, and see if you have power at the wires to the blower motor.
06-04-2011 11:19 PM
Kuhnaydeein
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Originally Posted by MrBuick (Magnum) View Post
That is the resistor pack, that controls the blower motor speed. They are a common failure, and will cause the blower motor to run 24/7
"blower motor" as in the fan that kicks out air for the ac and heater?

Neither of them even come on.
06-04-2011 04:04 PM
MrBuick (Magnum) That is the resistor pack, that controls the blower motor speed. They are a common failure, and will cause the blower motor to run 24/7
06-04-2011 03:27 AM
WallyLO hmm i have no idea. it wouldnt possibly be an accessory power drop would it?
06-03-2011 04:30 PM
Kuhnaydeein

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These are the culprits.
06-03-2011 01:55 PM
ChevroletCustomerService I would agree that pictures would be very helpful. I would be happy to look into this as well. In order to do more research, I will need the VIN for the vehcile. Please fee free to contact me via private message as well. Thank you in advance.

Tricia, GM Customer Service.
06-03-2011 01:00 PM
WallyLO
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Originally Posted by Kuhnaydeein View Post
Done. Took out any pictures and most of tue descriptive verbs and nouns in the original post.

didnt take much work.
but yeah for real pics would be very helpful. you didnt notice anything anywhere after plugging them in?
06-03-2011 12:48 PM
Kuhnaydeein
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Originally Posted by MrBuick (Magnum) View Post
"Please, be more vague. Also, don't post a picture of it."

~Thank you.
Management.
Done. Took out any pictures and most of tue descriptive verbs and nouns in the original post.


J/k...

Will post pics later today. Thanks for reading.
06-03-2011 10:21 AM
MrBuick (Magnum) "Please, be more vague. Also, don't post a picture of it."

~Thank you.
Management.
06-02-2011 11:29 PM
Kuhnaydeein
What are the plug-in wires under the passenger side dashboard?

When I got my car, there were 2 cables hanging out down there... So I plugged them in where they'd fit, only one place for each of the two... What are they?

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1992 BRMLS

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