Question about 1998 Chevrolet K1500
I HAVE A 98 K1500 CHEVY PICKUP I HAVE NO POWER TO BLOWER MOTOR I CHECKED THE HOT WIRE NOTHING BUT FUSE CHECKS OK I REPLACED BLOWER RESISTER COULD THIS BE THE CONTROL SWITCH AND IF SO HOW DO YOU REPLAE IT
I had this same problem and it turned out to be a simple fix,my problem was the hot wire contact on the blower itself.Fix was cleaning the contact w/sandpaper and replacing the part on the hot wire that connects to it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Jumper it across from the blower motor to the pos battery cable to see that your blower motor is still working.the best way to do it is connect a wire to the pos battery long enough to reach the blower motor to see if it works. if it is the switch youll have to change out the panel where the sswitch is located and if i remember right its all one unit anyway.i can tell you how to jumper it where it will run when the truck is running and shut off when you shut the truck off to get you through the winter if you need me to
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: blower control switch
do have any power on either wire going to the blower. the power runs from the fuse block through a relay, to the blower, to the resistor block and finally to the dash control. of you have power only on one side of the blower replace the blower. if you have no power at the blower replace the relay.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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