Question about 2000 Buick Century
Hi Adam,sounds like your blower motor resistor is bad,it controls your blower motor speed.Here's a link on how to replace,read the beginning and it will explain how the system works,as it says,their a different types for your vehicle so remove and take to Autozone and match it up with a new one. Repair Guides Heating And Air Conditioning Blower Motor AutoZone com Here's a link to some new one's. Blower Motor Resistor
Posted on Jul 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: A/C BLOWER WILL NOT TURN
The problem on your vehicle is .
THE BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR..
when they come damaged the blower motor not work. or don't stop working.
just REPLACE the RESISTOR. and you will fix that problem.
I'm a mechanic for a few years. and have autorepair software
On my PC.
OK... I hope with this information you will fix the problem.
Thank's for use fixya.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
SOURCE: location of blower resistor
The 96 LeSabre Custom and LeSabre Limited use an electronic module in place of a blower resistor.
It is under the hood on the firewall on top of the heater plenum, but below the relay rack.
They tend to short and run on high until the module burns out and then it quits.
The same part is used on many high-end GM cars from 92 to 96. The electronic module has two connectors on it. (If yours has only one plug it is a real resistor pack and not electronic.)
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
the hvac selector switch in the dash may be the problem.You need to remove the switch and look at the connector on the back of switch,see if there are any burnt wires at the connector or switch.It's all electronic and the switches have been known to burn out on this and other model.
Posted on May 26, 2009
on the paasenger side of the car under the dash. Remove the lower dash panel below the glove box and the module is in the duct for the heat to the far right side of the footwell.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
The switch , relay, or motor are shorted out .
First locate relay and remove it to turn the blower off.
If you want to do the diagnosis yourself ...remove the switch first and see if the motor stops. if it does you've found the culprit. If not move onto relay if the relay removal kills the motor thats good news. if it doesn't then this thing gets B+ right from the battery at HIGH SPEED. Your gonna need Shop Manual
to show you where this thing connects to the battery.
So either the switch, relay, motor , or resistors ( in your case where battery connects to the motor are your problems.
Unlessyour really good with electrical items pull the relay and bring it to a repair shop.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
Testimonial: "Good info I thought it was a relay but couldn't find it . pulled the ones from behind the glove box no effect. A new blower motor was installed 3mon "
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