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#51 of 91 Certain AC Settings not working.
Jan 14, 2008 (9:21 am)
Hey all, brand new here and I'm pretty desperate for answers. I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM SE and my AC is acting up on me. About 3-4 months ago, the AC stopped working all together on settings of 2 or lower. It's slowly gotten worse as it now only works on a setting of 5. Just curious if anyone knows what might be the cause and how much it might be to fix it.
#52 of 91 Re: Certain AC Settings not working. [jables1]
Jan 15, 2008 (7:05 am)
Most likely the blower motor resistor is going bad. Search in this forum and the Olds Alero forum for it, it's been discussed many times in the past.
#53 of 91 2002 grand am heating problem
Jan 16, 2008 (12:01 pm)
i have a 2002 grand am my heat does not work at all in the mornings. in the afternoon it works some but only when going fast. if anyone can help please help me. htank you
#54 of 91 Re: 2002 grand am heating problem [bran320]
Jan 16, 2008 (12:53 pm)
Is the blower fan working?
#55 of 91 Re: 2002 grand am heating problem [burdawg]
Jan 16, 2008 (12:56 pm)
yes blower is working fine
#56 of 91 Little heat coming from heater
Jan 20, 2008 (5:24 pm)
I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am (V6). I'm not getting much heat from the blower. The temp. gauge shows just above 40 degrees Celcius. Could this be a thermostat problem?
#57 of 91 Re: Certain AC Settings not working. [burdawg]
Jan 22, 2008 (3:31 pm)
Could you please point me in the right direction? Not sure where blower motor resistor is located in my 1999 Grand Am. Lost 1 and 2 speed controls a couple years ago and now I have lost 3, 4 and 5. Hoping this is the problem and any help you could offer would be greatly appreciated!!!
#58 of 91 Re: Certain AC Settings not working. [rshoemaker1]
Jan 22, 2008 (7:55 pm)
It's in the passenger side footwell on the bottom of the plenum. You will have to remove the trim panel under the dash. Some folks remove the glovebox for access but you don't really have to unless you think you need to. Look for the connector on the bottom of the plenum, it's way up against the firewall. Remove the connector. There's two screws that hold the resistor board on to the plenum, the front one isn't too bad to get to but the back one is tough since it's up against the firewall.
#59 of 91 Re: Certain AC Settings not working. [jables1]
Feb 06, 2008 (8:06 am)
my heater and ac switch quit working on 1&2 at first, then it started to blowing the fluse's , now the fan just stopped blowing, i wonder if it's the switch or the fan? have u found any thing out with your's. ps mine did viberate the dash a little at on point,
#60 of 91 Re: Intake Valve replacement [nodding2003]
Feb 06, 2008 (9:08 am)
they did someting wrong, and the sludge doe's not make compression that one is to funny, the water pump can leak. the radirater can leak, hose's can leak, and thera stat gasget can leak or in the worst case your block can crack, or freze plug's can push out do to frezzing, also hose's running to fire wall to heater to core, hope this will help