Saturn Sc2 Heater Blower/switch.

Asked by Apr 02, 2016 at 11:18 AM about the 2001 Saturn S-Series 3 Dr SC2 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so ive had this car for some years. the blower does not just turn on when i
move the switch to left or right anymore like it is suppose to. But every once in
a while randomly when i put it close to high and leave it it will randomly kick on
sometimes while im moving sometimes when im parked any ideas what the
issue could be?

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check your fuses and relays in your fuse box first. If It's not your fuses it could be your control panel an electronics situation going on and you have to replace the whole panel could be a little over $100 to 130 new or a junk yard might be half that price. Or then again it could be just the blower motor it's hard to tell from here being an armchair mechanic. First check your fuses and if it's not that then your judgment on the blower or the control panel. You can also get a circuit tester and investigate to see if there's current going through the wires on the different components in question. I gave you some possible options hope it helps you let us know what you do?

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