Question about 2004 Chevrolet Colorado
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem to the T. I look online for all the same solutions and I can only tell you what worked for me. Actually what I think worked, HAHA! I went out to my truck and unplugged both battery terminals from battery and placed them together to supposedly reset the electrical system, "so I was told." After this for about 20 min or so, I went back out and in this order; re-installed positive terminal followed by negative terminal to battery. After this I checked locks and windows and surprise they worked. I've seen a lot of people say that all they did was wait and they worked later, so maybe it was that and not what I did, but who cares, they work now. Give it a shot and if it works for you, GREAT let me know, I HATE CHEVY CAUSE OF THIS......they wanted me to pay for a stupid diagnostic before they would help me........well screw you I fixed myself. LATER
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 chevy blazer
check the fuse box under the hood and look for a burnt fuse (30A mini)
mine had the same problem and I check the fuses, found one that was blown,replaced fuse, now I have #4 position working
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
You say your heater fan only works on high.
This issue can be repaired by replacing what is called the "blower motor resistor". The electrical current flows through this unit in all positions except #4.
If you look under the dash on the passenger side with the heater fan on #4 you will hear the blower motor running. Just slightly toward the drivers side of the blower motor & closer to the firewall you will see a four wire connector. this is attached to the "blower motor resistor". If you get a replacement one & examine it you will see two screw holes where you will need to remove the 9/32nds screws from the one in your truck to remove the fauly one & install your new on. This part is relitivly inexpensive & it is not worth trying to locate a used one.
Please let me know if you need more info on this
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
the blower motor resistor and connector located under the pass. side of the dash need replaced the connector melts and burns the resistor an updated part is available from the dealer I have replaced many of them
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
The blower only works on High because something called a "blower motor resister" has gone bad. The resister works by resisting/absorbing the power to the blower motor on the lower speeds, At high speed it lets all the power go through. The part is about $20.00 for a Jeep (common problem). Getting at it and knowing where it is I can't help. But with that knowledge, you should not get screwed by the repair shop.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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