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I'm new to this forum, i just bought a 2014 trax, all seemed fine until the blower decided to stop working. I already checked every fuse under the bonnet but they seem fine....could it be something else then simply the blower giving out? And is that hard to replace? Hope someone knows......
 

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Doesn't work at all? Or only on high speed? Only the F3 40amp fuse for the fan motor is under the bonnet. HVAC fan control fuse is to the left of the steering behind the card holder. Motor control F12 10amp and relay #4 are for the blower fan.




Check your owner's manual in case yours is different.



It may also be the resistor network. ( GM#95018066 ).



Blower fan ( GM#95920148 )



It could also be the blower motor connector that corroded or melted and lost contact.
 
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Hello thanks for the quick answer, i checked the fuses next to the motor , they seem fine, ill check the others, didnt realise there were more...if ok will look at the blower connections.
It stopped working alltogether. I dont know if aircon is affected also, without blower there is no air coming out....
 

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I bought a 2015 last year, at about 8 months #4 on fan stopped...took it to the dealer this June and they wanted $300 to fix even tho I had an extended warranty.I said no....picked up my car and #4 was working ....drove it a month and now all of them do not work. Any ideas?
 

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Blower fan

I bought a 2015 last year, at about 8 months #4 on fan stopped...took it to the dealer this June and they wanted $300 to fix even tho I had an extended warranty.I said no....picked up my car and #4 was working ....drove it a month and now all of them do not work. Any ideas?
I have the same issue. How was it fixed?
 

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Most commonly it's the resistors that go bad but the entire motor assembly has to be replaced.

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You can replace just the resistor module.
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Depends if you do it yourself or get it done by a mechanic. Motor kit is about $70 GM#95920148





 
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