ac/heater blower cut out on 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

AC/Heater blower cuts out every once in awhile come back when ever it feels like it.

by in Punta Gorda, FL on March 09, 2010
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2 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by , March 09, 2010
Check the connection where the plug attaches to the fan motor, try unplugging and replugging it in again to see if the terminals are corroded or dirty
COMMENT by , March 09, 2010
what would cause ac/heater to quit and operate again by itself
COMMENT by , March 09, 2010
Check the plud at the AC clutch and made sure it has a good connection
ANSWER by , June 04, 2010
maybe a fan problem, that happened in my clk 430 (2003). it decided to turn on and off. found out the motor for the fan went out. maybe you should check that out as well
COMMENT by , June 05, 2010
Thanx everyone for the inpuit. I found the problem, it was a bad conection from the bcm to the fan motor. evidently there had been a short before and it ruin the conection between the two. again thanks
COMMENT by , September 30, 2010
I think I have the same problem with my Mercury Mountaineer. I want to check for a bad connection or a short, but don't know where to look. Can you help me?