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Sounds like the fan stopped. First check the fuses. They are under the dash on the driverside up - WAY up under on the left side on the inside of the firewall.
If the fuse is good you can check the fan direct. The fan is located in the housing. The housing is on the passenger side of the truck facing the truck. On the firewall you will see the casing. Remove the retaining bolts and remove the fan. Put the test wires on the fan while securing the fan and see if it turns. If not - replace with a new one. If the fan turns with the test wires directly on it - you either have a good fan or a partially bad fan. At this point I would put the old fan back in [ if it turns with test wires ] - then be sure to check the fuse again. Check all the fuses while you're under there. Try this. If it still doesn't work. You will need to pull the dash and most likely repair or replace the main controller. This is a job for a professional. If you want to tackle it - take down your VIN # - go to the Chevy dealer and ask them to give you the repair instructions. Usually they will.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem - driver side fine, passenger side front not working/slow or the back seat. You need to replace the window motor on the passenger side. Yes, there are two motors. It's pretty simple if you are handy with some tools. The hardest part is getting the 4 mounts that hold the window motor to the door off. The are factory riveted to the door, so I had to grind the outsides off and tap them out. Just watch the spring lever that holds the window bar for going up and down. I didn't pay attention and it snapped back - nearly broke my thumb.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
On 95-97 and 1998, both the turn signal and hazard flashers are located behind the lower dashboard trim just to the left of the cigarette lighter. You can not get to it without taking apart the trim (stupid design). Or you have to drill a 2" diameter hole in the trim with a velcro cover so you would never have to do it again1999 and later it is under the glove compartment
to disassemble it without drilling
It's behind the panel to the left of the cigarrette lighter. You need a Torx 25 screwdriver and another screwdriver for those hex shaped screws, forgot the size. First unscrew the 2 Torx 25 screws beneath the steering wheel. Then unscrew the rest of those Hex screws on the bottom. The panels overlap, so be prepared for a lot of unscrewing. You do need to unscrew the middle black panel on the bottom, right beneath the cig lighter. It's held by two Hex shaped screws, one on each side and are hard to unscrew. Also you need to remove your spare change sliding tray to unscrew the last hex looking screw. Once you pop your panel off, the turn signal flasher is the right one. The Hazard flasher is the left one. You can find a replacement part at Autozone, and DON'T get the $184 Flasher switch, all you need is the signal flasher. It's shaped like a cylinder with TWO prongs on it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
How is it running before it quits onyou. This could be the culprit of an egr valve. How many miles on thevehicle. The egr seems to die on a certain mileage pattern. Also youcould start by cleaning the egr valve before replacing it. This couldvery well help the situation, but this is just a guess. Hope thishelps!!
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
Usually this is due to a poor ground . Make sure the bulb is good & clean the black ground wire or ground matting surfaces. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
There is 1 in each brake caliper, around the top of the caliper. The wheel cylinders have bleeders coming from back of the wheel cylinder, on the back side of the brake backing plate.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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