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HEATER FAN I HAVE A 1995 CHEV BLAZER. WHEN IT'S COLD THE HEATER FAN WILL NOT TURN ON. AFTER THE VEHICLE RUNS FOR SOME TIME THE FAN WILL EVENTUALLY TURN ON. WHEN IT'S WARM OUTSIDE IT WORKS FINE. I REPLACED THE FAN CONTROL SWITCH ON THE DASH, BUT STILL HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM

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In the top of your heater plentum you should have whats referred to as a blower motor relay these tend to become tempermental as they go.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • jduffey5 Nov 20, 2008

    I said blower motor relay I meant to say resistor I appologize

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