2005 GMC Canyon "blower motor" Questions

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blower motor not working Either its the resistor or the motor itself. SUV Performance Parts could be blower motor relay or fuse, could be the ac HVAC control module.if fuse and relay okay remove ...

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...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 ...

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...blower motor works on high. intermittent on other speeds. The blower motor works on speed 4 when the dial is set on 4. However, on speeds 1,2,3 the blower works intermitently. The motor woks on speed ...

...blower motor. So you would need to have power at the blower motor first. Grounding the motor or resistor should make the motor run. The blower motor gets power from a 30amp fuse which gets power from ...

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blower motor doesnt work my blower quit working out of the blue one day and I have tried changing the blower motor, resister plug, no burnt wiring, fuses are fine. If you have any answers it would be ...

blower motor does not work replaced blower motor but still willnot work I dont think that the blower has a fuse just a relay. try replacing it and see if that helps.

...4 for the A/C and Heater. Is it a fuse or switch problem? It's your blower motor resister. It is located on or near the blower motor. This, when it goes bad, will cause your fan to only work on

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...blower motor 2004 GMC Canyon 2.8L 4 cyl w/5speed. the 3 lowest settings on AC/Heater blower motor does not work. It only works on the highest setting. The Canyon has an inherint problem with the Fan ...

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AC switch only work on high the blower motor resistor went bad its located near the blower motor under the pass. side of the dash

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heater fan only works on high This is caused by a defective blower motor speed control resistor, the resisitor is located next to the blower motor.

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