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Old 06-09-2012, 05:34 AM
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Blower Motor Not Working

The blower motor in my 2008 chevy cobalt does not work. I tried to find a fuse to check but did not find something labeled for blower motor. It does not work in any position. The AC light will come on when the fan is on any position and the AC seems to get cool just the fan does not blow. Any suggestions?
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Did you check fuse 10, very top right corner on the BCM fuse block in the center console passenger side. It should be a red 10 amp fuse.

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Old 07-15-2012, 12:55 PM
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I am having the same problem. I found the #10 fuse on the side of the console and took it out, but realized I needed to roll up my windows since it looked like rain. Went back into the car and when I put the key in, nothing. No power. So replaced the fuse and went inside to ask at the parts counter. I was told the blower fuses are under the hood, found two marked as blower and blower #2. Took both in and parts guy said the smaller (blower #2) seemed to be ok. So he found a replacement for the blower fuse, which was much bigger. He let me take it out to try before I paid for it. Needless to say, that didn't help. Any suggestions...ANyONE!!!!!!
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Can you show me which fuse you changed under the hood?
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The cool fan 2 30am and the big cool fan under CRNK... I just noticed the other cool fan1 30a fuse.. didn't check it
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Those are your radiator fans. Is that what is not working in yours or the heater blower fan like this thread refers too.
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ac heater fan

My a/c heater fan isn't working. It did this once before and then started working again.

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Did you check fuse 10, very top right corner on the BCM fuse block in the center console passenger side. It should be a red 10 amp fuse.


Yes, as I mentioned in my original post, I had taken it out and then realized I had left my windows down and should put them back up. Went to turn the key to get the windows up and nothing happened...no power. So I replaced the fuse and then had power. I just assumed the fuse was good and didn't needed replacing. was I wrong?[COLOR="Silver"]

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If it stopped the windows from going up you obviously pulled the wrong fuse.
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I pulled the top fuse on that row which was #10 and yes I thought it strange as well. It is raining now but will go back out and try it once again. Can I use any of the extra fuse as shown on the diagram? Can you please email me at cwdrake@hotmail.com Thanks
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You should have one of each. A 10 amp fuse is red. Make sure the relay to the left of fuse ten is well seated.

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I would rather keep this to a forum level.
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