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The fan in my Fleetwood was actin up like that. If I hit a hard bump it would cut on and then hit another bump it would cut off. The connection becomes unstable.
The first and cheapest solution is to replace the blower motor. The Roadmasters and Fleetwood and ususally very similar and the motor for my Fleetwood was about $50.
 

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Originally posted by underageimp@Aug 9 2005, 09:30 AM~3570185
the fan will work every once in a while, and what it does, sounds like it's dying. It's a 92 buick roadmaster, is it just replacing the fan in the dash?  and how much work do you think it'd be?  and why did it not work for like 2 months and then kick in for a month and die again?
had the same mother fucking problem with my 95 dodge dokata we tried everything changed the blower motor twice one old one new most likely like happended to me in the hood on the fire wall i think its called epr or some shit like that most likely that epr or shit is burnt ill try to get pics
 
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