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No heat I have a 2003 astro mini van and the heat just stop working and the fan did not work on high

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  • kbthackett Jan 16, 2009

    it blows cold air

  • Otteroo Feb 06, 2009

    Fan switch is stuck in one posiyion and won't move at all. Heat is on fan is running but unadjustable. How do you get into the dash and why is a switch being quoted as 250 dollars to replace that is rediculously high.

  • s60six May 11, 2010

    do you mean the fan stopped or it blows cold air?

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As for the fan your blower resistor is in need of replacement.
To address the heat problem I'll need to know a couple of things
1. Does your vans temp gauge read in the normal range or is it running low(after you've driven it for at least 10 min
2. Is the out side temp really cold?

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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