Heater/ac fan in 2004 Pontiac vibe

Asked by SPviberider Nov 07, 2019 at 10:48 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Vibe Base AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The fan in my 2004 Pontiac vibe won't come on. I
can feel the heat coming in, that still works. But
the fan won't come on and push the heat out. I've
had the fan replaced but after about 6 months it
stopped. So could it be just a fuze or could it have
come unplugged? I don't want to take it in to be
fixed until I see if I can do it first. The auto repair
place wants to take the dash off to take a look and
that alone will cost me $200! I guess that dash is
a pain to remove. And from what I've read anything
that has to do with the heater can be done from
the glove box. Can you give me ant advise?

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watch this video https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=2004+Pontiac+Vibe+blower+motor&&view=detail&mid=581CBA8B1AE55FECF20F581CBA8B1AE55FECF20F&&FORM=VRDGAR and this one https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=2004+Pontiac+Vibe+blower+motor&&view=detail&mid=5BB94ED48FCCB8C618035BB94ED48FCCB8C61803&rvsmid=581CBA8B1AE55FECF20F581CBA8B1AE55FECF20F&FORM=VDQVAP

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The lighter he is using to heat the butt connectors in the second is a heat shrink butt connector. On amazon the motor is around $40 if that is the problem

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