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Old 11-24-2010, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default Replacing Blower motor

I bought a replacement Blower Motor off E-Bay, non OEM, but fits and is designed for Grand Prix'*, 1998 GTP. The original squeels after a while of being on. Heres the problem:
The new motor while plugged in, but not mounted into place, will run only for 5-10 seconds, stop for same amount of time, run again, then stop & not restart. I ask for a replacement, got it, same problem. I replug in the original, runs fine (of course till starts squeeling. Any ideas as to what might be the problem with the new unit? I'm stumped!
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