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The heater motor quits blowing 1999 Suburban

The blower would quit and when you restart it it would start working again.
Now it doesn't work at all.

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  • phil246 Jan 07, 2009

    My blower goes on and dies within a few seconds. If i wait a while it will do the same thing. I first noticed the problem a few weeks ago but by leaving the blower on a low setting it would work but that has stopped now.

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Hi, the e class has a motor located under the passenger footwell if you reove the cover you will see a squre box remove the hex screws to gain access to the motor ***, there are two parts available, one is the motor unit the other is the speed control unit, 9 times out of ten it is the motor that is faulty, however the speed resistor can also produce the problem if like me you dont want to get a large billl from the merc dealer i would change the motor, again secured with hex head screws the speed resistor is secured to it by two hex heads, if you are in the uk i can let you know where to get a second hand motor from they are easy to fit and only two wires,i hope this is of help to you if you need any more info let me know.the hex head key size is T20.

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Need to take test light to the blower motor to see if its getting any power if it is blower motor needs to be replaced if there is no power check fuses if they are good it is a relay switch

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