all 2000 Grand Am SE1 Questions

Asked by Nov 13, 2014 at 05:05 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE1

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Rear driver side window will let down but want come back up why??? Heater and a/c
control fan or blower want work on speeds 1 & 2 only works on 4 & 5 why???

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Because the regulator for the window is broke. you need to replace it. and those two problems are normal with all pontiac grand am's. just wait till the other windows start doing it. what a load of bs. we should all sue GM for making grand am;s so defective. now watch and see if your turn signals dont start f----- up and who knows what else.

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it means the fan switch will soon go out. thats what was happening with my 2002 pontiac grand am before i wrecked it.

90

the motor is burnt out. you can get a reg/motor assembly cheap online. just look under wholesale parts. you need to replace the fan motor or switch.

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