air conditioner

Asked by Jun 14, 2018 at 09:23 PM about the 2004 Buick Century

Question type: General

my blower stopped working what do I do now

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Have a look at your fuses. If not that could be the blower itself, relay or resistor.

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Previous answer is correct, you can start by jumpering 12v directly to blower to see if it works. Assuming it does, then find the fuse. Brian suggest the resistor.......if your car has an A/C that you set a temp number, it will not have a resistor but will have a blower control module. Attached picture is a Riviera but yours could be similar, the module is item #1

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