heater blower does not work at all change fuse underhood still nothing fan removed and checked okay

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Asked by Feb 07, 2010 at 10:36 AM about the Chevrolet Cavalier

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

fan quit on cold day  changed fuse under hood and tested fan with 12 volts and runs okay,  is this a common problem ? with an easy solution

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could be the blower motor resistor. take down the blower motor and look up in side the empty cavity. there is a green circuit board looking thing. take it out and see if there is any visible electrical damage.

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it could be the resister block, or the toggle switch. did you check the fuse in the dash?

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he said he replaced the fuse, if it doesn't work on high there is a problem with your switch or wiring bc high is straight 12 volts from the fuse through the switch to the blower no resistors, check to see if you have ground

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It's the big square fuze under the hood that says heater blower on the cover that's what's wrong with it I just filled my cavalier today with one and it works just fine now try it you will see I'm right

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It's a big square 4 prong fuse they are $11.99 at the Parts store

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