Hello,Logandiagnostic said:The module became part of the blower assembly in '94. They can often burn up and quit. A new blower should get you going again.
Boyd said:The blower motor in my 97 STS is not working checked fuse in trunk and under hood all good. It does not work at any speeds or temp. Received a blower motor relay but cant find location of it to try new one.
I just bought a 93 Eldorado with a non-working blower also. Was going to start a new thread but saw this and thought... why not just continue the conversation/investigation!
So, where would the relay be in my 93, as I have checked all the fuses and found no problem there. There doesnt seem to be any power coming to the blower motor, so I figure it must be a relay or switch of some kind. It doesn't seem to be doing anything in Econ or Auto, at any setting.
Can I just put 12v to that plug to test the motor, using leads direct off the battery or something? One thing I did notice is the spark-plug wires on the back side of the motor were rubbing up against the blower motor itself. I know this is not good for the life of the motor, or the wires... :madtalkin
My headlights don't work at all either, but that's another story. Have to start a new thread on that for sure! Thanks for any clues. :thumbsup: