Car stopped blowing

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Asked by Jul 14, 2016 at 08:06 PM about the 1998 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hey, my 1998 Saturn SL just a moment ago stopped blowing air out of the
vents, no matter how many times I move the switch back and forth nothing
comes out, I even gave it a Jeremy Clarkson hammer tap and nothing!
I live in the South where the humidity is close to Hell its self, so I hope it's a
cheap and easy fix lol

Thanks!

3 Answers

25,665

The more you move the switch back and forth, the more broke it gets- I'm guessin' the hammer don't help none- I guess you'll take it to a mechanic when you get hot enough- maybe not-

1,585

Could be a bad resistor on a blower motor itself or the blower motor all together check your fuses as well get back to us

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Paul, do you know which one I should look at? I know there's one for the HVAC (I think) inside the car and two outside under the hood.

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