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Working... Be in the know! What does the good part add to the sticker of $30,000? Sparky's Answers 136,176 views 14:32 Replace Blower Motor Resistor in 2004 Silverado - Duration: 3:54. http://haiteq.com/blower-motor/chevy-truck-heater-fan-not-working.php

Steve Houston Baytown, TX #9 Jan 13, 2008 The 7-8 pin connector at the sensor is a piece of junk... Carl Mount Pleasant, SC #18 Aug 2, 2015 I have a 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500HD. Log in to Reply Anonymous says: June 15, 2013 at 3:26 pm A big thanks Sparky from a guy who lives paycheck to paycheck and uses his truck for work and It almost sounds as if your blower motor is locking up.

Silverado Blower Motor Resistor

I did this so that I would be clear of any heat damage to the wire or insulation. NOTE: Speed M1 is the blower speed right above LO. 4With the key in the on position and the blower speed knob to M2. All rights reserved. mgittelman 522,034 views 4:22 Blower motor replacement GMC Sierra 2003 - 2009 Chevrolet Install Remove Replace How to - Duration: 3:55.

Just an FYI. JMB Ottawa, Canada #6 Dec 4, 2007 2002 Silverado - Heater Fan - No High Speed (#5)Fan Dial left on High overnight - Freezing Cold - On start-up in am, drove A burnt smell was noticed before it quit. 2003 Chevy Silverado Blower Motor Not Working What's wrong with YOUR car?™ made in Vermont Copyright © 2000--2016 Privacy Policy Terms/Disclaimer Contact Us Advertise Mobile Site "Autobeef", "What's Wrong With YOUR Car?" & "The Truth About Cars" are

I made up a new wire and terminal and crimped it into place. fbarron Baytown, TX #5 Nov 30, 2007 TAP_ Pa wrote: My fan is doing the same - speed settings 1,2&3 do not work. Saved Vehicles None --%> This will avoid having your pickup's (or SUV's) battery getting low on charge.

Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! 2003 Chevy Silverado Blower Motor Resistor diglightdig Firing on 7 cylinders [L1]Posts: 76Topics: 3Images: 4Joined: Jun 28 2012, 2:59amYears of membership: Location: Illinois Year: 1999 Make/Model: Chevrolet Silverado Extra Info: 5.3L V8 Stock Group Membership: • Registered Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. by diglightdig » Sep 18 2013, 1:54am My brother had this kind of issue with his 2002 Silverado.

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M1 (medium 1). more info here Where is the Fan Resistor Block located? Silverado Blower Motor Resistor by ASTE25 » Sep 03 2013, 3:59am My guess would be a bad blower motor resistor or wiring harness. 2007 Chevy Silverado Blower Motor Not Working I checked all fuses and they are ok.

by DaRooster911 [OP] » Sep 18 2013, 1:32am Now, after weeks of this, all of a sudden the blower is working...And, there's not even a fuse in. http://haiteq.com/blower-motor/chevy-s10-heater-fan-not-working.php The 30 amp fuse is listed as HTR A/C. ┬áThere was no power on either fuse. kerobinsonii 95,643 views 4:52 Brand new Silverado in water at, ramp total loss - Duration: 3:05. then 100% bad blowerif no power? Silverado Blower Motor Resistor Test

fixed.. Check the Encoder & Limit Switch. For more of the common problems with the HVAC systems on GM trucks click here. http://haiteq.com/blower-motor/chevy-truck-blower-motor-not-working.php Add a site » Find a good Chevrolet mechanic Read reviews of repair shops in your area.

No help from dealer or GM 2006 = Chevy 2500 - Blower motor loses level 5 at 20,000 and then total failure at 40,000. 2005 Silverado Blower Motor Resistor Wiring Diagram If I press the AC button I can feel really cold air, and when I turn the heat on it is plenty hot. Tags: 15-8108615-810878901908889019089avalancheblowerCadillacchevroletChevyDenaliEscaladegmcresistorS-916sierraSilveradoSuburbanTahoeYukon Brian ASE Certified Technician You may also like... 55 Chevy Silverado 4×4 Front Wheel Hub Bearing Replacement June 1, 2007 0 Chevy 4.8L, 5.3L or 6.0L Intake Manifold Assembly,

ALL 3 have heat fan problems...

Expert: Randall C replied4 years ago. START 2003 Chevrolet Silverado, Blower Does Not Work On Any Speed Author SparkyPosted on August 11, 2012June 14, 2016Categories 2003, Chevrolet, Find Answers, Manual Controls, SilveradoTags A/C, Avalanche, Blower, Chevrolet and CASE 2: All 3 terminals had 12 volts where indicated in the test steps. 2008 Chevy Silverado Blower Motor Not Working All Rights Reserved.

Wanted to figure out where to start first... This is a new wrinkle in ongoing blower failures on these trucks. That made it slightly more difficult to find. weblink if you can get up under dash, or lower glovebox down,.the blower may have a cover you need to remove then get to the blower, set blower on high, with key

Add to Want to watch this again later? Thank you Sparky. My next one will either be a Ford or Toyota. Enter your email to get updates on this discussion.

Jimbo New York, NY #2 Nov 12, 2007 Fan Resistor bolck needs to be replaced. Also, why is Chevy knowingly putting a poorly designed product on the market? Send us your feedback. Upvote (8)Flag inappropriate2008 Chevrolet Colorado 40,014 mi, Visitorblower not working Upvote (6)Flag inappropriate2006 Chevrolet Colorado 91,450 mi, dotnmikeAC bLOWER NOT WORKING RIGHT.

This tutorial applies to several Chevrolet, GMC and Oldsmobile pickups and SUVs. the last time it smelled like electrical, then it started working again. 3 months later it stopped again for 20 minutes and started again. It would be an easy fix too, using a 12V MOSFET electronic regulator in lieu of the crappy, cheap, and ObVIOUSLY defective ceramic resistor setup in place(which keeps FAILING>>>).Just my two