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1998 GMC Serria Van Heater won't blow.

The van heats up according to the gauges, but I get no air blowing for any of the settings. Every once in awhile it will blow air but not every time. Where should I start?

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Start at the relay for the heater/ac making sure it is working. Remove relay and clean it off then replace making sure there is current through to the other side.Use a test light. from there you can go to the blower motor wiring.Under your dashboard. Look for the resistor which is a switch type gadget in between the battery current and the blower. Check to see if there is current passing through to the wiring before getting to the resistor.Replace if nessesary.

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