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2004 ENVOY WHERE IS MODULE RESISTOR

When I turn off engine the blower motor will not shut off unless I pull the 40amp fuse

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  • Darrell Vincent Nov 30, 2015

    I just finished replacing the blower module resistor and all is well , the only thing was that I had to cut wires to replace . It wasn't that hard just a pain having to pay 170.00 can for the module you would think that it would just plug and go , but that's after market parts . The video was a great help and I found out that removing the glovebox made it much easier to work on . Thanks

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I have a 2003 GMC Envoy and my issue is when I shut the blower off it still ... Can this issue also be remedied ...

2004 GMC ENVOY Blower Motor Control Module / Resistor


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