Buick Riviera

Asked by Mar 09, 2016 at 09:07 PM about the 1997 Buick Riviera Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My husband has a 97 Buick Riviera. The motor fan
keep coming on, we fought out that its the motor
fan switch. May someone please tell me where we
can get a motor fan switch that will be a blessing.

7 Answers

83,865

Have you checked the parts stores?

83,865

Is this the blower motor for the interior of the car?

83,865

There is a blower motor resistor and a HVAC control module that could be the cause.

Im going to ask my husband to see if this good information comes to his memory. I thank you all for your responses im grateful.

Yes its the blow fans for the interior of the car.

My husband showed me. It looks as if the line is that connects to the motor fans are striped or torn he had to inplug the fans because my understanding is that the fans are only suppose to come on when the car over heats the fans be on all the time what do you think he knows about cars im just having a hard time finding the switch online ;(

83,865

Hey, I had computer maintenance to do, finally back. So now you are talking about the radiator cooling fan, and yes that comes on at a predetermined temperature when the motor is up to operating temperature. If the car over heats, one reason is because the fans are not turning on. The need to run, and if there is a problem with them, better they run than not run.

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