HEATER BLOWER FAN
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix • 4.0L 4 cylinder FWD Automatic • 105,000 miles
My blower on my heater doesn't come on every time some times I have to hit my dash. Then when it runs it won't push full air out, as well as cutting out when I apply brake or go around a corner. It doesn't seem to work unless its on high as well. Depending on what is wrong depends on where I take it. Just put $ in it for a few other thugs so now I'm a broke folk. Any suggestions would b appreciated
January 28, 2014.
January 28, 2014.
Okay but the strange thing is applying my break and my gas is when it goes up and down the blowerspeed that is or pressure whatever you wanna call it now that's going to be from a loose wire you think?
That cold be from dirty battery terminal ends and a bad fan belt an dtensioner
Typo error it 's a tensioner it holds the belt tight while running and shold be replaced when belt is. see pic
So maybe our saying. It needs to b replaced.or tightened or how do u fix one of those?
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