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Pontiac Blower Motor Replacement

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What is a blower motor?
A blower motor is a mechanized fan that is attached to the output tubes that circulate hot and cooled air from your engine. The fan is responsible for keeping the air moving and is actually the force pushing the hot or cold air into the passenger compartment of the vehicle. This is when you actually feel your heater or air conditioner blowing the necessary heat or cold you need through the vents.

If I don't have a heater or air conditioning, what's the big deal?
The blower motor is not really a part that you can live without. Sure, there are many vehicle owners that have driven their cars for quite some time without a blower motor. Doing this is dangerous because your engine can overheat and lead to a critical failure if the air isn't properly circulating. And if your engine doesn't cease or break down, you are definitely reducing the longevity of your engine and causing costly wear to expensive parts by letting the extreme heat and pressure build up.

What can go wrong with a blower motor?
There are several things that may cause your blower motor to stop working. The simplest cause would be a blown fuse. If you replace the fuse and it quickly blows again, then you probably have an electrical short. Disconnected wires on the exterior of the blower motor can also cause it stop working, and if your blower motor gets dirty, it can get clogged or muddy which keeps the fan blades from spinning.

How do I test my blower motor?
When you are troubleshooting your blower motor, it is best to start by running the air conditioning or the heater to see if you can hear the sound of the fan. If you can hear the fan, it could be clogged or corroded with dirt. If you do not hear the fan, then you may have a bad resistor, blown fuse, or a loose wire. Next, you should replace any blown fuses in your car's fuse panel and try to start the blower motor again. If another fuse blows right away, you have an electrical short. If it doesn't blow out and the motor is still silent, then something else is wrong. In the case where the fuse lasts for a little while as the fan spins but then the fuse blows again, that usually means you need to replace the brushes on the motor. Finally, you can pull the motor out and visually inspect it for loose wires. If you don't see any and still want to test, try hooking it up to the battery to see if the motor will start. If all these tests still find you with a dead blower motor, it's definitely time to replace it.

How do I replace it?
Usually located under your vehicle's instrument panel, the blower motor can be removed and replaced. You'll need to disconnect the blower motor connector and remove the retaining screws holding it into place. Detach the fan retainer clip from the motor shaft that's located in the center of the blower wheel. You may need to save that piece if you are not replacing the whole motor. Inspect your new motor to ensure nothing is broken and the blades can properly spin. Re-attach the fan retainer clip, the retaining screws, and the connector so you can test your new blower motor out.

Latest Pontiac Blower Motor Applications

91-94 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Delphi Blower Motor border= Delphi Blower Motor
91-94 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Blower Motor Includes Impeller
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- 99 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.8 V6 V6 3.8 Auxillary Blower Motor Includes Impeller
 - 99 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.8 V6 V6 3.8  Blower Motor border= Blower Motor
- 99 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.8 V6 V6 3.8 Auxillary Blower Motor NLA - 01/08
97-97 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.8 V6 3.8  Blower Motor border= Blower Motor
97-97 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.8 V6 3.8 Auxillary Blower Motor NLA - 01/08
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97-97 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.8 V6 3.8 Auxillary Blower Motor
  Four Seasons Blower Motor
92-95 Pontiac Trns Sprt V6 3.8 V6 3.8 Rear - Aux. Unit - Bolt
on Type Blower Motor
01/02 -  Pontiac Vibe AW (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 Genera Blower Motor border= Genera Blower Motor
01/02 - Pontiac Vibe AW (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 A/C & Heater w/ fan Blower Motor w/ fan
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91-94 Pontiac Grnd Prx SE V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Blower Motor
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04 - Pontiac Vibe AW (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 Blower Motor
91 - 98 Pontiac Bonnvlle SSE V6 3.8 V6 3.8  Blower Motor border= Blower Motor
91 - 98 Pontiac Bonnvlle SSE V6 3.8 V6 3.8 Blower Motor NLA 12/08
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04 - 05 Pontiac Vibe (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 Blower Motor
01/02 -  Pontiac Vibe (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 Genera Blower Motor border= Genera Blower Motor
01/02 - Pontiac Vibe (1ZZFE) 1.8 L4 1.8 A/C & Heater w/ fan Blower Motor w/ fan


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Pontiac Vibe AW (1ZZFE) 1.8

L4 1.8 V6 3.4 V6 3.8


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