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Why does my GMC Canyon 2008 Blower fan only works on 2?

Blower fan only works on 2?

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I had a problem on my 2006 sierra, the fan wouldn't work on 5. gm had a curtisy recall, they had to replace a resistor, at no charge, last week. Ask your dealer about any recall for this with your vehicle.

Posted on Aug 08, 2014

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SOURCE: 2004 gmc canyon fan moter for ac dont work

There is a fuse I would check first if you haven't tried that yet. They had problems with the switches in some of those vehicles. If you could take the control out and unpug then reattach the plug it may start working meaning the switch is bad.
You may have a bad fan motor. Do you have a test light to check for voltage at the motor itself?
Lastly, there is a resistor set that changes from low to high that may have one or more resistors burned out.
Dale

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Fan blower motor

The Canyon has an inherint problem with the Fan Power cable being loose. When I say loose...I'm saying that you need to adjust the wires and then take a zip strip to tighten it up.

Passenger side under the dask are 2 cable hook ups. the one on the farthest right (Only 2 wires going to the plug) is the fan power cable. Jiggle it while the fan is on position number3 so you can hear when it comes on!!!

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Replace the blower motor resister,it is mounted right next to the blower motor,it has a lug with about 7 wires on it.Just unplug it and remove two screws to remove the resister.This controls the speeds for the blower motor.The blower motor is the cause of the resister failure.Even if the motor seems to sound,and run fine,it is pulling to many amps.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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SOURCE: heater fan only works on the high position?

There is a plug up under the glove box that loosens and you need to snug it up.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 GMC Yukon XL blower fan intermittently doesnt turn on

Could be the blower motor, the resistor, or the control on the dash.
You'll need to check the circuit for voltage when it fails to work.

Posted on Aug 18, 2012

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