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Old 10-21-2008, 03:12 PM   #1
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I'm looking for an inline blower motor fuse location for a 93. I've done a thread search but can't find anything for 93. The motor stays on even when the key is off. Help.
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I'm looking for an inline blower motor fuse location for a 93. I've done a thread search but can't find anything for 93. The motor stays on even when the key is off. Help.
The module is under our hood and you can just unplug it so you don't get a dead battery.

You could need a new module or a blower motor which is pretty cheap about $65 but I doubt it's the fuse.

I replaced a blower motor on my 92 and its the same problem you are having. I'd buy its from the partsladi on ebay - takes about 30 minutes to fix it.

The part looks similar to this one (but this is not a corvette part) Click the image to open in full size.

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Old 10-21-2008, 03:45 PM   #3
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That's a picture of the Blower Motor and Squirrel Cage which on this Vette works - it just won't turn off. The Motor - assuming it's Electronic Air - gets it power from a Module bolted to the left side of the Evaporator Case and the Blower will run with the key off if that Module is shot or if the return circuit carrying actual blower voltage back to the Processor (Programmer) is open. That return circuit is protected by a 5 amp fuse usually labled pgmr so look in your owner's manual for location and make sure the fuse isn't open (and if it is you probably need a new a blower motor). If it's good, you need a new Blower Module - should be acdelco #15-71970 http://198.208.187.182/internet/Part...rtnbr=15-71970 - or NAPA has a stocking number. Until you get it fixed, just disconnect the blower motor and tape the harness connector so that nothing can touch ground and short something out.
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Thanks, any additional comments are appreciated.
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Old 10-23-2008, 05:41 PM   #5
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A new module did the trick, blower works fine again. Thanks.
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