The AC/Heating vents stopped blowing air out. on 2003 Pontiac Aztek

I am a new owner of an Aztek, I am the 2nd owner of the vehicle and it has been very well maintained. Unfortunately,After having it one day the check engine light came on. I am still working on that issue, but the following day, while driving, I was running the AC and it suddenly just stopped and would not turn back on again. I tried turning on the heat, and still nothing. The car came with no owners manual, so I had to look up the fuses online, Checked them out and they are fine. I have no idea what the problem is and why it happened. Any thoughts or ideas on how to fix this? It is getting unsafe to drive when I can't turn the window defroster on.

by in Taylor, MI on October 07, 2013
1 answer
ANSWER by on October 07, 2013
There could be a bunch of reason why it stopped and yes it is unsafe. You would have to have access to the wiring diagrams and a scanner to check the body control computer. If you want us to check this out please call 313-562-7022 or schedule an appointment on line at I am sure we can diagnose it and give you the answer you need. Larry
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