I am planning to replace the blower motor on my 2000 Saab 9-5. I am all set to go, and had posted previously and got some good advice...thank you.
Now in the midst of the advice I am beginning to question whether the blower motor is the culprit, or whether it is the controller.
Blower motor does not come on
Events when it does not come on happen more frequently
When it does come on, at low speed it makes a grinding noise
Sometimes (not frequently) when set to high, it only runs at a low speed...then kicks in.
I understand the only way to check is to measure the voltage at the terminals, but the parts are either non-returnable or have a restocking fee.
Based on the symptoms above, any guesses?
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