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Old 07-09-2008, 06:35 PM   #1
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I have a 1996 Bonneville, when I was taking out the Blower Motor, the "plastic/rubber" shroud/cover started to decintergrate with each screw I took out of the fire wall. Where can I get another Shroud and cooling tube?

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I just had the same experience. If I can work it out, I'll let you know.
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could try a junk yard
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<---- looked locally.... mine is the same way... JY'* cars were worse than mine

if anyone finds a couple in good repair... pm me please... id like to have one but new from the dealership is almost $120.00 and i dont want to spend that much lol
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Got one on order at local Dealer. Cost is less than $50.00. Not to happy, but at least it will be new.

I took off the fan and I don't think it was that. My blower just stopped working. First I lost the top speed and then it went out. This crap is like voodoo.
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you might want to check the switch
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actually if you lost just high first the resistor prolly died...but thats just my best guess... blower motor, resistor, harness, control head... 1 or more of these has crashed but id check the resistor first... theres a thread on it somewhere around here
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Seems like it is the resistor. Got one on order. Picking it up tomorrow.
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Not the Resistor... nor the blower itself as I changed both of them for new units... The blower incidental to installing the new cover which looks like it was put there at the factory... Next up, the blower relay... Unless any of you have a suggestion... Is there a fuse that controls it? I'd feel pretty silly if it was a fuse.
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WTF... Now I've got fan working at speeds #1, 2 & 3... Any ideas?
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