1995 buick century 2.2l 4 cyl. heater became less & less hot over a few days then blower would not work left switch on for a few & smoke came out of vents pulled heater blower motor & found duct work chalk full of snow & ice which froze fan in place which cooked motor, question is where or how snow & ice got in there in the first place??? Since we haven't had enough snow to cause this ? Thank you, paul from new hampshire

Asked by Jan 08, 2016 at 03:15 PM about the 1995 Buick Century Custom

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WHY HAS THIS NOT BEEN ANSWERED ? i WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT EITHER ONLY, i OWN THE CAR & SEENIT WITH MY OWN TWO EYES, MY NEIGHBOR ERIC SEEN IT ALSO & IN ALL HIS DAYS WORKING ON CARS NEVER SEEN, OR HEARD OF SUCH A THING.

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