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No heat of blower from defosters or heating ducts 2005 surburban

2005 Chevy Surburban
Currently my blower stopped working. I checked the fuse under the hood and it's OK. When I turn on the defosters or heat, I feel slight heat but no blower action, even if I turn up the switch.

I was told it may be a bad blower or a bad resister.
Where is the resister for the blower located ? I beleive the blower is in the glove compartment.


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Please see
http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/highlander/32217-heater-quit-sort-of/
It may be broken solder joints on a cable behind, and feeding, the temperature knob.
I repaired my 2002 Highlander thanks to this site.

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    Sorry, I thought I was still on a highlander problem page. Please disregard this solution for your Chevy Surburban.

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Its the Blower Motor. It is the Round thing right Under the Glove Box. Remove that Round cap and it is Right There.

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