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Good chance it's the resistor . Will be in circuit between switch and blower, usual locations are on ducting under dash on passenger side, or behind glove box. Locate wires coming from blower motor, and follow them back to resistor.
The resistors are in circuit only on the lower fan speed settings.
On the highest speed setting, power is switched directly to the fan motor.
Check fan power supply fuses,
Check power is available to the fan when high speed selected.
If all above OK, apply power directly to the motor to verify fan motor runs- if it doesn't the motor may need replacement/repair.
It is the Wiper Motor causing the Problem and will need to be Replaced. They could have caused it by Bumping the Wiper Motor Casing when replacing the Hood or when Working on the Motor. Please Rate my Response, I need all the HelpI can get! Thanks!
try changing your control panel i have a 1997 Chevy K1500 did that and solve it. I f you dont want to pay for nothing go to a scrapyard ask him a unit and try it there on my model was quite easy to change. So if its working you pay for the parts if not you just give him back.