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Hi everyone. here"s the problem. BLOWER MOTOR WORKS on work bench with 12 volts applied. Does NOT work when hooked up to the car. As far as I can tell fuses 10, 16, and 30 work. Did anyone have a similar problem? A/C clutch engages. Thinking it might be resistor pack. Connections do not look burnt. What is at the end of the resistor pack. Is it a diode or a resistor and does anyone have info on it as far as the value is concerened or any info so I can try to replace that instead of the whole pack. Also does anyone have a blower motor diagram for a 2006 Solstice? Thanks........ duke :willy:
 

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The blow motor resistor should be a fairly cheap and easy to replace part that is actually a very common cause of inop blower motors in most any car. Check all your connections as well, especially the one between the blower motor and wiring

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Check out a post by Hammy21. He explains that the blower resister and harness were the problem. It seems that they overheat and the connection burns up or melts. I could not tell that the resister connection was burnt until I actually pulled the connection. It takes about 30 minutes to repair. My dealer had the parts in stock which makes me believe this is a common Solstice problem.
 
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