Asked by RUKZ for the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix in Lincoln, NE on August 28, 2009 Upvote Follow this questionFlag inappropriateBEST ANSWER by ProChevy, August 28, 2009The purple wire to the Disconnect harness connector to the resistor and on the terminals for the resistor itself, check for resistance between each of the terminals. Then it started not blowing air again. What should I do or look for? http://camtronics.net/grand-prix/2005-pontiac-grand-prix-blower-motor-not-working.html
My lights wouldnt work and i had to turn manuel on. I know my wife had said at one time my passenger side floor was really wet. In fact, there appears to be no rhyme or reason to when it may work or not work. Does anyone have any suggestion's on what might be going on?Tony 0 · Share on Facebook crazy_pilot Posts: 2 March 2007 I'm having the exact same issue with my 97 Grand
I know my wife had said at one time my passenger side floor was really wet. This has been going on for a week. 0 · Share on Facebook daved2 Posts: 2 February 2007 I took the car to the dealer and they found water had leaked It is a very awkward spot. christy from PA 0 · Share on Facebook bollman Posts: 1 March 2007 I have a electrical problem with my Grand Prix 2002.
I'll let you know if anybody gives me any other ideas. Bill Thompson, Canada #8 Nov 25, 2011 kill atwill wrote: I have a 04 prix gt, the blower motor comes on and will not shut off even with the key out i have been fixing cars myself for about 5 years. 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Works Intermittently First, the blower motor itself and second, the blower motor resistor.Both are located underneath the right side of the dash:you need a DVOM (digital volt/ohm meter) to check to see which
Christina Versailles, KY #6 Sep 3, 2011 I also have a 2004 Grand Prix GTP that is doing the same thing. First tell us what Make you're interested in. kimberly Dallas, TX #12 Oct 28, 2012 I have an 04 grand prix and for the last six months or so I had starting issues thought it was the battery but
When I looked at the outside windsheild it seems as thought the rubber stripping has come away from the windsheild and is letting water drip down into the motor.
They don't have any for this issue, and they were uncooperative with me about initiating one since I did the repairs myself. 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Won't Shut Off Let me know if anybody does the same for you. Every twelve to eighteen months, I have to replace either the blower motor, blower motor relay, or blower motor resistor. Check the water leak thread for help on that.
I just replaced both and had the whole thing apart. I posted it under "1997 climate control problem". 2004 Grand Prix Blower Motor Fuse Location Montanabob Excelsior Springs, MO #14 Jan 24, 2013 Rob wrote: I am having the same exact problem, and during my research, I think it has something to do with water leaking 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Fuse good luck with being a woman i can do you can.
I have ordered gm part # 15794785 to solve the water issue, but I am just starting to deal with my local dealer about the capacitor fix. http://camtronics.net/grand-prix/2001-grand-prix-blower-motor-not-working.html Judged: 7 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Hi,yes, those are the ones that you described. that runing me 100.00 tommrow i will be putting that in. 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Resistor
When I looked at the outside windsheild it seems as thought the rubber stripping has come away from the windsheild and is letting water drip down into the motor. Then I changed the A/C cabin filter and car battery (battery dead one day no warning/ all cold cracking amps dead) and for 2 months no issues. It looks like you're new here. http://camtronics.net/grand-prix/2004-grand-prix-blower-motor-not-working.html you would never guess what it is now.the ignition switch, not key put, the wiring part in the steering colume.
I have had the exact same trouble. 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Wiring Diagram Even a glove box light or trunk light can drain the battery overnight. I start to drive and accelerate, the air flow thru my vents stops (although I can still hear the fan is on high)But if I ease off on the gas pedal....air
I had to put in a new everything because the original blower motor got hot and melted through the plastic housing, but the wiring appears to be ok. Leaving work (15 deg ambient) it comes on immediately and all the switch settings work. My question is could it be anything else besides the blower motor, blower motor relay, blower motor resistor, or the fuse that could be causing the problem? 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Blower Motor Not Working For about a month before I had any problems my car would squeal when I would turn it on, like a belt was going, but the deal said they all looked
thanks Tagged: Pontiac Pontiac Grand Prix Sedans 0 · Share on Facebook «12345678» Go Comments toolhed1 Posts: 2 January 2007 The blower resistor/relay is located at the front of the blower Ev...1 answerNovember 13, 2014 sms Created with Sketch. I have tried turning all of the climate controls to off prior to shutting off the car to no avail. navigate here My problem is that I can't get the cold a/c to blow out my vents because the fan will not kick on now unless I am going 40+ mph down the
so keep eye on that because this sucks. Our Certified shops honor these estimates.Find a ShopRepairPal certifies only the best shops in your neighborhood by verifying quality work, training, and customer satisfaction.Why Certified?Certified Shops honor fair price estimates, bringing A friend had sent to me a service bulletin which said sometimes the recurring problems are cause by an electrical surge to the system originating from the windshield wiper motor. The HVAC fuse is good can you tell me wich fuse I need to replace. Share this conversation Expert: Eric replied5 years ago.
jesmed1 2014-07-03 21:05:47 UTC #2 GM has already issued a TSB for this. I just did this on my car and it fixed the problem with the Blower not working on speeds 1-4 and the DRL going off when the heat was turned on. It only seems to happen in the winter time and when it is snowing. If 12v present, then blower motor has failed.If less than 12v present, then test the resistor to confirm it is bad.
Sign Up Forgot Your Password? That told me the control module was OK.Good luck Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! i would have never guess ignition switch, that is what starts the heat in the first place. blower fan2.resistor3.heating control assy.now i still have problems with only speed 5 after putting all that in.
I replaced the blower motor and resistor about 6 months ago do to the known water leak with the seal below the windshield. It's the strangest thing. Howard Troy, MI #13 Oct 29, 2012 kimberly wrote: I have an 04 grand prix and for the last six months or so I had starting issues thought it was the The car would occasionally stall, typically during SLOW, RIGHT turns.
you can get ignition switch (wires not key part) at advance auto. It is only when I restart the car that this issue starts all over again. I just don't want to tear into those areas without some assurance of success. FYI, when the fan finally does kick on after sweating about 10 mins in the florida heat in my dark colored car in the middle of summer, I have no issues
I have also found water in my floor board a number of times. Eric is online now Pontiac grand prix I have a 2005 Grand Prix and the blower This answer was rated: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I have a 2005 Grand experience as repair shop manager and technician. 3195632 Type Your Pontiac Question Here...