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I have a Chevy S-10 stepside with a 4 cylinder 5 speed. My problem is my AC/heater blower fan. For awhile it would only work on high. The other day it just quit working completely. I replaced the fuse in the fuse box under the hood and as soon as I tried it , it blew the fuse again. Anyone have any ideals whats going on with it?? thanks

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  • Dave Jan 18, 2009

    The truck is a 1998 with a 2.2 engine. Do you know where the BMR is located ? Also , is it very hard to change? Thanks.

  • Dave Jan 18, 2009

    Thank you very much. sounds pretty simple to change. Thanks again.

  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    firing order 4 a s10 88 2.5

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    1999 chev s-10 ac/heat fan only blows on high speed

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The blower motor resistor is probably the issue. I can't help you on its location because you didn't include the year and engine size of your truck
Good luck with resolving your issue!

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  • s60six Jan 18, 2009

    No it's not difficult. The resistor is located under the hood on the passenger side. At the back of the engine compartment you need to locate the airbox it can be identified by a circular piece that's right beside the fender on the firewall (this is your blower motor) to the right if it (looking from the front of the truck) about 4 -6" you will see a wire plug. Unplug this connector and locate the four screws that attach it to the air box. Remove these screws and pull the resistor from the housing. A new one should'nt be expensive(about $20.00) If you find this dosn't fix the problem you will want to look at checking/replacing the switch in the dash.However the resistor is the most likely.
    hope this helps! If you require further assistance please post a reply here and i'll be glad to help some more.


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