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1985-1996 Fleetwood and Brougham Forum Discussion, 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; sounds like its bad or something else. just today i pull into work and shut the car off, the blower ...
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    CadillacPimpinNOLA is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    sounds like its bad or something else.

    just today i pull into work and shut the car off, the blower continues to run. look for a fuse to pull or relay, dont know where it is so i pull the access panel on the passenger side and unplug the blower motor.

    is it going bad or something else. do i get to spend yet another $100 on the car

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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    Probably just a relay or resister.

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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    where

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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    Dont know where the relay is but the resister is next to the blower motor. The connection that has all the wires going to it. Someone had a picture of it in one of the many threads about this issue. Maybe search blower resister.

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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    ok, well i cant check the relay if i dont know where its at, if your talking this picture. thats what im talking about. 3 bolts and you have a black sealed box screwed to a big heatsink


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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    replace blower motor resistor #4 in pic
    the one with the heatsink....

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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    yea i already done that earlier today, $170 from GM, $97 my cost and $0 cuz i told my boss to make it disappear, they changed the new ones up a lil bit but everything is in and working great

    new one is on the left in both pics




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    Re: 95 fleetwood blower motor resistor

    Thank you...Just had the same problem today.

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