Question about 1994 GMC Sonoma
When we use the heater it sometimes smells like burning wires and smoke is present but I can't find where the problem is. If we turn the heater off it goes away. Wait a minute and start again there is nothing.
Sounds like either your motor or blower resistor is going bad.Gm blower motors tend to go bad from what i have seen.My chevy pickup is on its 3rd motor.There is also a hose that is connected to it that when the air blows it directs some to the motor to keep it cool.You can check that but it is probably your motor
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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