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Heater issue with Chevy 1500 4wd 5.3 Silverado

Blower will not work. Had mechanic replace some sort of board that he said goes quite a bit, heater worked for a day then bagged out again. I can feel the slightest touch of heat coming from dash vents, but the blower will not so much as fart. Any ideas?

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CHECK THE CONNECTOR ON THE BLOWER RESISTOR. this is the board he replaced, the connector burns up on them also it is probably not making a good connection. look under pass side by the blower motor the board is right there will be a 5or 6 pin connector unplug it an see if melted looking. chevy sells just the pig tail so you can wire in

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