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Blower stopped working

2006 chevy hhr heater fan stopped working My Blower motor wont work on any settings. in my 2000 c2500. it makes a click noise when i put it on high but nothing happens at all. its real irrating when u have to drive around to force hot air into the cab.

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  • Dennis Boxerman May 11, 2010

    That click is probably the realy that controls the different speeds. Verify you have power to the fan. If power is present, the fan is DOA. If not, look farther up the circuit towards the the switch.



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Bad blower motor resistor.Remove plug & look to see if the plug is burnt/melted on any contacts.Also check the pigtail that plugs into blower motor.I only had to replace my resistor.

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