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1998 silverado heater fan no functioning then smoking

I was conducting tune up on vehicle. Started engine and turned on fan to warm interior of the vehicle. no fan. Left knob on level 5 and after a few minutes could smell and see electrical smoke. any hints.?

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Look at your blower resistor it will be close to blowr motor. sounds like it got hot and melted connector.

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