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Old 11-09-2006, 09:09 AM   #11
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k, thanks

i will do that- its good to know it wont be one of the hard ones. I know nothing about the electrical components in a bonnie.

yeah i might have to wait to the weekend. since its winter time, it gets pitch black around 4-5pm. by the time i am done work- its very hard to work on the car.

I will get one of those extension lamps, so i can work outside in the dark.
i will need it, or else im going to be stuck only working on her on the weekends.
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Sounds good.. do me a favor and go to your first post in this thread and edit it. Please change the title to something around the blower motor issue. That way in the future people can search and learn from your experience.
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i have the procedure on how to get to the blower motor. seems simple.

but is there any way to test the motor?, or should i just replace it,

i checked on of the connector or relays how many is there?

the heating came back , till i shut it off, then it never came back.
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My wifes doesn't like to run once in a while too. I have found that unplugging the connector and plugging it back in fixes it everytime.
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My wifes doesn't like to run once in a while too. I have found that unplugging the connector and plugging it back in fixes it everytime.

yeah that worked, but then it stoped working once i shutdown the car.
im going to check for blower motor prices.
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can someone confirm for me that this is the blower motor i need.

88960337
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its from GMpartsdirect.com

there is two product numbers, they both say for 91-99 bonnevilles.

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Unless you live way out in the boonies, you should be able to get a blower motor at your local parts store. I got mine at AutoZone (I think) for under US$40
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niiiiice thanks for the info.

believe it or not i will only save if its a canadian product.
If the store has to order them, i am better off ordering myself from the net.

however CarQuest is going to be my first stop.


thanks very much,
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