Climate Control flakiness

Tony and Lillie tonyandlillie1 at
Wed Dec 15 18:11:20 EST 2004

Sounds like it's about time for a new blower motor. Not "too" tough to do. 
To find out, if you tap (hit hard with fist) above the fan on the central 
housing, it might start again. Did this when it was -8 in Minnesota last 
winter. Thank god it worked. Also, a buddy had a V8 with a bad fan - real 
bad - and it would cause the climate control fuse to blow. New fan, good as 

Tony Hoffman
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Schulz" <pcschulz at>
To: <200q20v at>
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 8:50 AM
Subject: Climate Control flakiness

> Timing is everything, and now that its getting cold, my climate control 
> (CC) is acting up.
> Yesterday the blower did not come on at all - whether I set the CC head on 
> ECON, BI LEVEL, AUTO or DEF, and fan speed hi or low....
> Same behavior this morning - set the CC on AUTO and temp on HI
> fan....
> Channel 00 shows no error codes.
> So I cycle the temperature between HI and LO  (85-63 F)....
> and the blower comes on!!!
> ?????????
> Any ideas??
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