Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
Its the blower motor module\resistor. After looking around the web I found this to be a very common problem. I pulled mine and bypassed it and the blower is fine. Its located under the glove box by where the passenger's feet would be. Remove the bottom cover (two 9/32 screws) and its sitting right there. Unplug from fan and upper module and remove two 7\32 screws. I haven't replaced mine yet to verify a perfect repair though. I'm in a small town so parts have to be ordered. For now I'm relying on the rear heat to make it livable. The part is around $37.00 from Parts America. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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