Question about 2003 Hummer H2
Your blower motor resistor is bad. Needs to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
When does it go off (the fan). I assume it does, sooner or later, go off? Some blowers (high-end vehicles) stay on a little longer to clear moisture, but if this just started (hasn't happened since day one) then I would assume it is a short (pray it isn't) or the blower cutoff relay/blower motor relay. If neither relay is available for that car, it could be built-in to the motor. Then, try to unhook the motor and put a tester on the connection plug going into the motor and see if you can get power with the car on, and watch it disappear once the car is turned off, that indicates it is the motor or the resistor atop the motor.
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