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...blower motor resistor checked, a faulty one would usually cause that problem The most common solution is to replace the blower speed resistor. The blower speed switch is probably not to blame here ...

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...blower motor runs Intermittently I beleive the resistor is failing and need to know how to replace it. I see the wire harness entering the firewall but when looking from the engine compartment I ...

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blower motor does not run on high what would be the main cause for a blower motor not to run on high being that i know its supposed to have 12 volts straight to it on high Speed Control Resistor or ...

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...blower motor resistor. If you remove the glove box (4 screws, two on each side), the resistor is located behind the 4 relays. Two screws hold it in place. rmeove screws and pull it up and out of the ...

...blower motor. If you have power and the blower motor is still inop, replace the blower motor. If you have no power, check the relays and resistor behind the glove box. Four screws hold the glove box ...

...at the blower motor. They are there. They are hard to get to. What is the complaint? Have you checked the fuse? Blower fuse (50 amp) under the hood.HTR-AC fuse (25 amp) in the instrument panel fuse ...

Question about 1998 Sierra

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heater only works on high speed you need a new blower motor resistor. located under the right side dash near the blower motor, inserts into the ductwork.

...in 1998 gmc sierra 3500 isn't working . replaced the blower motor but still no blower. any other suggestions did you check the fuses and did the motor come with a new heater resistor or is it ...

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Can't find the blower motor resistor. Pulled the motor out and don't see anything. here it is

...blower fan would only work on Hi and when i tapped control(would cut in and out) now it only blows after vehicle has ran a while....any ideas? Somewhere on the fan motor is a resistor. My bet is this ...

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