SOLVED: '98 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Heater/ Blower Motor

Detail: '98 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Heater/ Blower Motor does not work, and car stalls out at stop signs, traffic lights, and slight inclines.
Detail Question SOLVED: '98 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Heater/ Blower Motor

Solution: Blower motor shouldn't cause stalling probably weak fuel pressure converter stopped up could be several things going but those are were I would start , Hi, a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck! , the heater blower motor is located undr the glovebox there are 3 small bolts holding it in place, 7/32 socket i believe after loosening these you will most likely have to move the wirring harness that goes through the floor to get the motor to drop down. after the you get the motor to drop down there is a large vaccum line that goes into the side of the motor gently pull this out be careful not to pull the other end of the vaccum line loose from inside the car. the is a power plug in the side of the motor that u will need to unplug to free up the blower. because it is hard to see the power plug needs to be pressed down on the top and pulled simaltaniously. , THE BLOWER MOTOR RESITOR IS BAD.IF U HAVE RESITOR IT IS UNDER THE DASH ON THE PASSENGER SIDE AND HELD IN W/TWO SCREWS , Hello punkhairslas: My name is Roger and I will help you. First the blower motor is located inside the passenger side of the car. You will need to remove the hush panel from under the passenger side of the dash. This should require a 7mm. socket and ratchet. Open the glove bax and empty the contents. Drop the box all the way open. Most have two tabs that are rubber and will allow you to bend them out of the way.You should be able to see the blower motor at this point. Unplug the motor. Should be a plug with two wires in it. Remove the three 7mm. headed screws. There might be 4 but the computer program shows three. The blower should now be free to drop down from the dash. Reverse the operation to reinstall. If you need to wire the new motor because of the lack of a plug. Make sure you wire it correctly. Should you wire it backwards the motor will turn backwards and you will not have any air from the vents. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer you received. This way I know it was helpful Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger , under the dash below the glove box if the blower motor is inop then 1st check for power on the purple wire at the blower motor if it has power then you need a blower motor if it does not have power then replace the resister located beside the blower motor5-7 wire connector TRICK TO REMOVING THE RESISTER you will see 2 goldish colored bolts they are 5.5mm remove them now the TRICK there is a 3rd bolt you can't see pull down then pull towards you this will BREAK THE RESISTER OR SLIDE OFF THE BOLT then when the resister is out LOOSEN THAT BOLT OFF the resister is slotted slide the NEW RESISTER in the bolt you just loosened then tighten the other 2 leave the hiden bolt loose hope this helps

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