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Fan for heater not working

Heat is being generated but the fan is not blowing the hot air into the truck. Relay switch is fine

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    resister has little burnt spot on hot wire post. but has ohms at all points of resister.



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Did you put power to the fan to see if it is good? did you check the fuse ?did you look at the blower resister?

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06 colorado changed,resistor,wiring to resister,and blower moter,still nothing?

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