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SOURCE: 2006 trailblazer blower is not working right .

Sounds like a new motor needed ,but no doubt iam wrong and its computerised control panel

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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under the glove box and the blower motor plugs into it. Somtimes it can better be acessed by taking out the glove box

Posted on May 10, 2010

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SOURCE: where is the blower motor resistor located on a 06

The resistor is located on the passenger side of the truck. Look under ur glovebox. You will need to take off the side panel against the door and the panel that is directly under the glove box. The resistor is under those and it is a black box that is about 5x2. It has two bolts holding it on and 3 sets of wires coming out of it. The part i estimated was about $300.00 (new). It should fix the air if it is only working on certian numbers or not blowing at all..

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Stick your head under the dash, directly under the glovebox. You can also, turn the glovebox door upside down (empty your glovebox first, I didn't the first time :) ) to remove it and replace the resistor.

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SOURCE: My blower motor only works

If your blower works at some speeds and not others, the likelihood of the blower motor needing to be replaced is low. The more common problems would be either the switch or the resister that regulates the motor speed. The resistor is usually located in the air duct under the dash.

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My back seat a.c n heater went out in my 06 trailblazer bt the front still work.will that b a fuse blown?

Yes there are some fuse involved in these systems. Does your vehicle have manual or automatic temperature control , there are a lot more electronics in the automatic system. Do you feel any air coming out of the rear vents ? Do you here the Auxiliary Blower Motor running ? if you place the auxiliary blower motor switch in each speed position does the motor run at all.? If the blower motor doesn't run you probably have a bad blower motor resistor.

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How do i install the blower motor in my 06 trailblazer?

if the blower motor is blowing on command and at the speeds you set it to then it is fine. What i have seen go bad is the blend door actuator. Its a little motor which activates a flap that changes cold to hot air. thats of course assuming that your hvac system uses an actuator. Most late model stuff has gone that route. the sctuator might be a real pain to get to as it will be located below the dash attached to the hvac system

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Where is the blower motor and resistor located on a2006 trailblazer

{: ) The front blower motor is located beneath the right side of the Instrument Panel (dashboard), just behind the glovebox. The resistor is just on the near left, mounted on the HVAC casing. Just trace the wire from the blower motor and the other end will lead you to the resistor block.

Jun 14, 2011 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer

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I have a 2006 Chevrolet Trail Blazer. And the heater blower stopped working. I feel a little bit of hot air but not a lot.

If it's not climate controled, (has knobs to turn the blower motor to different speeds), change your blower motor resistor module. Located under the glove box.

Dec 05, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Where is a blower moter resistor located in a 2004 chevrolet trailblazer

The blower motor and resistor module are located behind the glovebox. Visit and do a search on "blower motor resistor" for a replacement procedure.

Sep 08, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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I have a chevy trailblazer 2006 and the heat stopped workng. What would cause that?

sorry for the delayed response, chances are you have a bad blower motor,to check this you will need to locate the blower motor under the passenger side of the dash, disconnect the 2 wire elect. connector, turn the key to the run position, now with a 12 volt test light or dvom check for voltage on the red wire and good ground on the black wire with the blower speed set to hi, if you have power and ground then you need a blower motor

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2006 chevy trailblazer heater blower motor not working

You might wanna check and make sure the heater switch didn't go bad. It could even be the blower motor itself.

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2005 trailblazer blower module location

you mean the resister block for the heater fan then... if that's the case... locate the fan motor... follow the duct work from there.. it won't be far away from the fan.


Jan 15, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer

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