Pontiac Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello I will help,
Do you have a voltmeter to check the circuit if I guide you?
Sorry I was not at my computer when you responded,
Can you get a voltmeter so I can help you?
Anything from a burnt connection to the resistor to a failed connection could be the problem. We start at the motor checking for 12 volts at the purple wire with the key on and the switch on high. What you find there will drive the direction we check next.
Which enigne do you have in the vehicle?
There is a fuse link that provides power to the high speed relay, that would be the next check at the relay to be sure it has the 12 volt supply at the orange and red wires with the key on and the switch on high.
Ok, let me know when you have a meter, I am here most of the time so just post on this thread.
It is down near the starter. Attached to the positive cable from the battery.
Yes it could be the high speed relay as I posted above, there are also connections and a fuse link. You said you would get a voltmeter so this can be tested. Have you done that so we can get started?
Do you have a voltmeter? It will get expensive if you just try replacing parts.
That said the relay is to the passenger side of the of the AC accumulator.
You may have a fuse link that needs to be replaced or a poor connection, you have to test to be sure of the problem.