2005 Vibe - Fan works intermittently


Asked by Mtwester Jul 28, 2015 at 12:27 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Vibe GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2005 Vibe has had an issue with the fan since I got it 3 years ago. The fan just stops
working for a while and then it will come back on. Sometimes it's for a few days,
sometimes it's for several months.

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Is the vehicle over heating ?

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No, it does not overheat. I can actually feel the warmth or A/C coolness out of the vents. Just no blower.

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Oh you are talking about the blower motor I thought you where talking about the fan motor to the radiator. If its the blower motor and it went out over time most likely the blower motor is bad and needs to be replaced but you can also check the connection going to blower motor may have a loose wire.

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Just got the same issue in my 06. Lucky my fan works right now with ac but wouldn't work all day. Was working last 2 days but if I turn it to 3 or 4 it stops and won't work until it wants to in 1 or 2. Been like this about 5 days now

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