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Old 09-09-2009, 11:13 AM   #1
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My 95 Bonneville blower motor continues to run after the car is turned off. I disconnected my digital Temperature control
Unit on the dash and it still won’t shut off. Could this be my RAP Module, if so how do I test?

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I would think it'* more a relay or the blower control module that is located under the maxifuse area. It'* literally in the hvac box and accessible once you pull the maxifuse center off the firewall (2 10mm nuts)
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The blower control thing.. Yeah mine tanked last week I just unplugged the motor from the harness. The part is over $100 for us CC guys. Less than $20 for the regular turn **** systems. I was going to wire a relay onto the ground wire so it shuts off when power is cut for now untill I can afford the part. I think thats nuts that the blower is wired normally hot.. Who thinks of this stuff lol. I went to replace the "blower motor relay" and found out i dont have one at least not where my alldata says it should be. Maybe you can use this info?
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I've picked a couple up a junkyards with great success. Much more cost effective.
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What is the part called that will cost a 100 dollars and where is it located?. Do I have to get it from GM or is there after market? It appears that I don't have a blower relay either.
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I would think it'* more a relay or the blower control module that is located under the maxifuse area. It'* literally in the hvac box and accessible once you pull the maxifuse center off the firewall (2 10mm nuts)
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Yep, if you follow the wires on the blower motor they will take you right to it. Just like Bill said
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thanks I will give it a tray again on the weekend.
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You were both correct. I disconected the blower control module and the blower shut of. I'm going to try the wreckers.
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