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Pedja's 1968 Firebird

2019 March
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ofbsac

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About ofbsac

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    Learning to Fly

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  • Location
    sacramento
  • Interests
    62 grand prix
    65 gto

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    ted
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1962
  • Car
    grand prix
  • Trim
    ?
  • Engine
    389
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    white

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  1. I have tried Napa, Advanced auto, Franks, Ames , and lots of other sites. thanks, I don't know why it was blank
  2. I have tried napa and advanced auto and they don't have a motor. I'v tried ames and franks and they don't have a motor I just found S & N electric here in sacramento that will rebuild mine for $120. thanks ted
  3. My 62 grand prix's wiper motor works only when it feels like it. I turn it on and sometimes after driving for a while it will start to work. Switch works well on both speeds. I have power to the motor and the ground is good. ANY IDEAS? Otherwise, I need another motor. Where can I get one ? Lot's of rain x now. thanks
  4. I just got a blower motor resistor from Chigo Pontiac and installed it. My fan motor still runs unless I unhook the wire to the fan motor. I don't know hat to do next!
  5. I found one at GM parts for $125.00 and I found another from A J Koszi new old stock for +/- $180.00 I ordered a heater control unit(from Franks) that controls heat temp, fan speed, defrost mounted on the dash(I have been told it could be the dash control?) I am going to try that first, the contacts may not be good on mine? I agree with things to ponder above! thanks for helping me ted
  6. thanks, If it was easy it wouldn't be fun
  7. thank you, but I am looking for a blower motor resistor far a car with ac. It has eight lugs for wires to hook to it. It fits in the fan motor under the hood.
  8. Where can I get a blower motor resistor for a 62 grand prix with ac??????????
  9. I have a 62 grand prix w/AC that the blower motor will not shut off unless I unhook the wire to the blower. What do I do???????????
  10. two lane thanks I have not heard from any one else, when I return home I will try your idea thanks
  11. I have two different blower switches one for the ac and one for the heater. Can I test them?
  12. yes as soon as I hook up the fan wire it turns on. I don't even have the key in the ignition. I pulled the resister out and cleaned it up ,but it still turns on as soon as I hook up the wire to the fan. Do you think it could be the dash controls? I am very happy for your help. Change the dash controls next? I don't want to keep opening the hood to unhook the fan each time i stop! thanks again for any help. ted
  13. I have a 1962 grand prix that the heater/ac fan will not shut off until I unhook the fan wire from the switch next to the fan under the hood This fan blows air for the ac/heater I don't know if I need a new part that the fan wire hooks up to( I don't know what this is called) it has 8 spade lugs Will it cause the fan to keep running?
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