Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado
Fan is not working. No heat to defrost or warm the truck. Checked fuses. They are OK. Help!!!
What a piece of ****! The foreign cars don't have this problem, but buy and american truck that they have been making forever and you'll get a piece of ****. Why? So they can take you to the cleaners and cry when no one wants to buy their product! They know it's bad and they choose not to fix the problem! Good buisness practices! They ****!
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
There is a recall on the blower motor wire harness for 2006 chevrolet trucks. I took mine to a chevy dealer and had it replaced for free
Posted on Dec 18, 2011
I had this same problem. What I did to resolve it was to slap the underside of the fan housing (in the passenger floor board) until the blower came back on. The fan/blower housing is that big black box right under the glove compartment. I know that sounds stupid, but I think there is a plug above the blower that is not making a good connection, so when I slapped it upwards it reseated itself and the blower came back on.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
I CHECKED POWER TO MY FAN AND RESISTER BY UNPLUGGING THE RESISTER WHICH IS A LITTLE CHIP THAT PLUGS INTO THE BLOWER FAN. I USED A BATTERY CHARGER AND TOUCHED THE PRONGS TO THE E TERMINAL AND ALL OF THE OTHER TERMINALS. E TERMINAL IS THE GROUND AND A,B,C,D,F ARE THE BLOWER SPEEDS. THE FAN SHOULD KICK ON WHEN YOU HIT ANY OF THOSE TERMINALS WITH THE JUMPER CABLE PART OF THE BATTERY CHARGER. I HAD POWER THAT WAY SO I REPLACED THE PLUG AND IT FIXED THE PROBLEM. MAKE SURE TO CHECK FUSES FIRST
Posted on Nov 11, 2012
I had the same problem, I removed cover under glove box, it has 4 screws holding. it. Then I unpluged the the connector and cleaned it, I aso bent the 3rd pin which goes to black wire and plugged it back up. This corrected the blower not working,it now works in all speeds.
Posted on Nov 07, 2011
Wiggle the connection that comes from the blower motor and the heater or ac should pop on.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
I did what the above person did and got under the glovebox and wiggled ge connector to the blower, and it started working on all four speeds. thanks for the help, think I will still go to the dealership as it is suppose to be a recall item, I also hear if your unit is working they will not repair this, so I may have to wait for the problem to pop up again. thanks for the help above... Tim
Posted on Sep 05, 2012
What I have seen is the connector at the blower motor resistor melt from a poor connection. The repair is to replace the blower resistor and the connector to it. This is a common problem and banging on the bottom of the case only gives it a temp connection at best.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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